Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Storm data and unusual weather phenomena

Storm Data and Unusual Weather Phenomena

Time Path Path

Local/ Length Width

Location Standard (Miles) (Yards)

NORTH CAROLINA, Central

Forsyth County

Winston Salem 06 2257EST

Three to four trees were blown down on

Davis Road.

Warren County

Macon 07 1410EST

Large tree limbs were blown down,

covering US Highway 158.

Durham County

1 N Durham 07 1435EST

Penny sized hail reported at the Durham

Correctional Center.

Warren County

Warrenton 07 1500EST

Forsyth County

Winston Salem 07 1505EST

Trees were blown down and an

outbuilding was damaged on Westview

Drive.

Franklin County

Franklinton 07 1520EST

Trees were blown down near US Highway 1

Montgomery County

2 E Mt Gilead 07 1525EST

Trees and power lines were blown down

near NC 731.

Alamance County

Burlington Arpt 07 1550EST

Dime to penny sized hail at Burlington-

Alamance Regional Airport. 48 mph wind

gust also measured, and a 100-year-old

maple tree fell on a home built in the

early 1900s on Kirkpatrick Road in

Burlington.

Alamance County

Graham 07 1605EST

1700EST

Businesses were flooded in town, along

Highways 87, 54 and 49.

Davidson County

5 N Lexington 07 1605EST

Power lines were blown down.

Wake County

4 N Raleigh 07 1607EST

1625EST

One and a half feet of water covered

the intersection of Falls of the Neuse

and Spring Forest Roads. The flood

waters floated an SUV.

Wake County

4 N Raleigh 07 1610EST

Quarter sized hail was reported at the

intersection of Sandy Forks and Falls

of the Neuse Roads. Numerous reports of

dime sized hail elsewhere in Raleigh.

Wake County

1 W Morrisville 07 1614EST

1615EST

Trees were blown down on power lines on

Highway 55 and Carpenter Road.

NORTH CAROLINA, Central

Edgecombe County

5 E Rocky Mt 07 1615EST

Trees were blown down along US Highway

64 Alternate between Rocky Mount and

Kingsboro.

Wake County

Raleigh 07 1620EST

Five power poles were blown down with

the wires still live, trapping thirteen

people in eight different vehicles at

Blue Ridge Road and Wade Avenue.

Chatham County

5 NW Moncure 07 1627EST

Trees were blown down.

Wake County

4 N Raleigh 07 1628EST

1730EST

Several inches of water covered the

intersection of Falls of the Neuse and

Spring Forest Roads. Flood waters

floated another vehicle, which blocked

the intersection. 1.3 inches of rain

fell in 20 minutes at Edwards Mill Road

and Laurel Drive.

Chatham County

Wilsonville 07 1644EST

Trees were blown down.

Cumberland County

Fayetteville 08 1700EST

1730EST

About six inches of water covered the

floors of businesses on Franklin Street

after water backed out of a storm

drainage system, covering the street,

flooding buildings and the parking lot

for the Police Department. Cross Creek

overflowed its banks and left mud on

streets, sidewalks, and parking lots.

Twenty streets were closed due to

flooding.

Moore County

5 S Robbins 09 1633EST

1800EST

Mt. Carmel Road closed due to high

water from creek overflowing its banks.

Anson County

Ansonville 19 1625EST

Penny sized hail reported on US

Highway 52.

Davidson County

5 NE Lexington 19 1700EST

Marble to penny sized hail along US

Highway 29 between Thomasville and

Lexington.

Orange County

Efland 27 1800EST

Trees were blown down.

Stanly County

Cottonville 28 1240EST

1330EST

Secondary roads and bridges were under

water.

NORTH CAROLINA, Central Coastal

Dare County

Manteo 15 1653EST

Pea to penny sized hail reported.

Dare County

Nags Head 22 1430EST

An Illinois man was drowned in a rip

current on a Nags Head beach. The man

was pulled from the water by

lifeguards, and pronounced dead later

in the afternoon at an area hospital.

M401 W

Carteret County

10 W Atlantic Beach to 25 1740EST 1 25

11 W Atlantic Beach 1745EST

A waterspout moved onshore from the

Atlantic side of Emerald Isle, and

moved west for one mile before

dissipating. A trained spotter reported

shingles and tree limbs down on Lee

Avenue. Tree damage was reported near

the Emerald Isle Police Department.

NORTH CAROLINA, Extreme Southwest

Cherokee County

Murphy 06 1645EST

1700EST

Numerous trees down countywide.

Reported by the Sheriffs Office.

Cherokee County

Murphy 06 1645EST

1700EST

Golfball-size hail reported in Murphy,

by the public.

NORTH CAROLINA, North Coastal

NONE REPORTED.

NORTH CAROLINA, Northwest and North Central

Stokes County

Pine Hall 06 2135EST

Rockingham County

7 E Ayersville 06 2150EST

Thunderstorm winds during the evening

of 6th downed trees in Pine Hill in

Stokes county. A thunderstorms during

the evening of the 6th produced penny

sized hail 7 miles east of Ayersville.

Stokes County

Pinnacle 07 1515EST

Stokes County

King 07 1516EST

A severe thunderstorm during the

afternoon of the 7th produced hail up

to quarter sized in Stokes county.

Stokes County

Danbury 21 1700EST

Thunderstorm winds downed trees in the

town of Danbury on the evening of the

21st.

NORTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

NONE REPORTED.

NORTH CAROLINA, Southwest

NCZ082 Union

02 0730EST

1100EST

After a night of moderate to heavy

rain, flooding developed along some

creeks in the northern part of the

county during the morning. The first

stream that flooded was Goose Creek,

which flooded near the intersection of

highways 601 and 218. Flooding from the

South Fork of Crooked Creek later

threatened a home on station road.

Several roads were closed because of

high water, including Goldmine, Mill

Grove, and Matthew-Weddington roads.

NCZ072 Cabarrus

02 0815EST

1130EST

Flooding first began along several

creeks in the Midland area, including

Clear, Muddy, and Little Meadow, as

well as some small tributaries of the

Rocky River. Later in the morning, the

Rocky River flooded in the northwest

part of the county, near Poplar Tent

Rd. Several roads were closed due to

high water, including Hopewell Church

Rd, where several homes were surrounded

by high water.

Buncombe County

Asheville 05 1735EST

Spotter in the Beaucatcher Mountain

area reported mostly pea size hail,

with a few stones up to nickel size.

Transylvania County

Rosman 06 1330EST

Several trees blown down.

Henderson County

Hendersonville 06 1415EST

1418EST

Burke County

Chesterfield 06 1430EST

Burke County

Chesterfield 06 1430EST

Limbs down.

Polk County

Countywide 06 1450EST

Numerous trees down across the county.

Graham County

Fontana Vlg 06 1615EST

Several trees down around Fontana Lake

and highway 28.

Cabarrus County

8 NE Cabarrus 07 1630EST

1800EST

A severe thunderstorm produced extreme-

ly heavy rainfall across northern por-

tions of Cabarrus County. A spotter

reported several roads under as much as

a foot of water, including portions of

Sisk-Carter Rd and Shuping Mill Rd.

Rowan County

Granite Quarry to 07 1640EST

Salisbury 1655EST

Several trees and power lines blown

down in the Granite Quarry area. Part

of a large tree snapped and another

tree blown over in Salisbury.

Cabarrus County

4 ESE Kannapolis 07 1648EST

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte 07 1700EST

1800EST

A tributary of Little Sugar Creek

flooded Bradbury and Montford drives in

south Charlotte. Two vehicles were

trapped in flood water, and their

drivers had to be rescued. Several

homes were threatened for a while, and

at least 1 home had water up to the top

of the front porch.

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte 07 1700EST

Lightning ignited fires at 2 homes.

Caldwell County

Lenoir 07 1930EST

2200EST

Severe urban flooding in Lenoir, with

cars stalled out on highway 18, Creek-

way Dr, and Morganton Bvd. Several

small creeks also flooded in the

vicinity of town. Water entered the

basements of several homes and busi-

nesses, including the Emergency

Services building.

NCZ034 Caldwell

07 1930EST

Several mudslides around the city

accompanied a flash flood. One mudslide

took down a utility pole and destroyed

part of a parking lot. Another col-

lapsed a retaining wall, which in turn

damaged a sewer line.

Caldwell County

Lenoir 08 1830EST

2030EST

For the second consecutive evening,

severe urban flooding developed in

Lenoir and small streams flooded around

town. Several roads were closed

throughout the city.

Caldwell County

5 ENE Lenoir 08 1900EST

Several trees blown down. Report of

funnel in the same area.

Swain County

10 SW Bryson City 09 1610EST

1830EST

A very small, but persistent rain

shower produced 5 inches of rain in 2

hours, resulting in flash flooding in a

small area in the Wesser community.

Wesser Creek flooded near its con-

fluence with the Nantahala River, co-

vering several roads with water. Water

entered several homes in this area as

well.

Gaston County

Gastonia 09 1700EST

1800EST

A creek overflowed its banks, flooding

part of Franklin Bvd.

Cabarrus County

5 SW Kannapolis 9 1740EST

1900EST

Flooding of Poplar Tent and Odell

Schools roads west and southwest of

Kannapolis.

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte 9 1745EST

1845EST

A small creek overflowed its banks near

Statevitle Ave, with water surrounding

a home. At least one road was covered

with water.

Rowan County

6 SSW Salisbury 9 1805EST

1930EST

Webb Road flooded in the vicinity of

Glover Rd and Mt Hope Church Rd. Report

of 10 to 12 inches of water covering

Old Concord Rd in this same area.

Haywood County

Waynesville 12 1616EST

1715EST

Richland Creek flooded Riverbend Rd.

NCZ059-063 Northern Jackson–Southern Jackson

12 1730EST

13 0500EST

NCZ062 Macon

12 1800EST

13 0200EST

Flooding developed on the Cullasaja

River and some of its tributaries bet-

ween the communities of Cullasaja and

Highlands, closing several roads and

forcing the evacuation of a campground.

The rising fiver washed out a new sewer

line near Wells Grove Rd. Flooded tri-

butaries included Nickajack Creek and

Turtle Pond Creek, which forced evacua-

tion of at least 1 residence. Closed

roads included Turtle Pond Creek and

River Roads. A 2-day rainfall total of

7.9 inches was reported at Scaly

Mountain.

NCZ064 Transylvania

12 1830EST

13 0600EST

Flooding developed first along the

Davidson River in Pisgah National

Forest, tbrcing a road closure. A sec-

tion of highway 64 was closed near

Sapphire. Other road closures included

Richland Creek Rd in Lake Toxaway.

Haywood County

Canton 18 1337EST

Haywood County

Waynesville 18 1429EST

1432EST

Haywood County

14 NNE Waynesville 18 1600EST

Hail up to the size of nickels piled up

along the side of the road in the Fines

Creek area.

Macon County

Highlands 18 1600EST

1700EST

Street flooding in Highlands, at least

part of the flooding was due to Mill

Creek overflowing its banks.

Mecklenburg County

10 NW Charlotte 19 1252EST

1255EST

A couple trees down in the Lake Norman

area.

Mecklenburg County

l0 NW Charlotte 19 1252EST

Gaston County

Belmont to 19 1325EST

Mt Holly 1330EST

Hail of unknown size at the intersec-

tion of I-85 and highway 273 and along

highway 74 at the Catawba River in the

Belmont area. Pea to nickel size hail

in Mt Holly.

Gaston County

Belmont to 19 1325EST

Mt Holly 1330EST

3 inch diamter limbs down.

Mecklenburg County

11 SW Charlotte 19 1330EST

A couple trees down in the Carowinds

area.

Lincoln County

l WSW Lineolnton to 19 1415EST

4 W Lineolnton 1425EST

Nickel to quarter sized hail at the

intersection of highways 182 and 27.

Caldwell County

Granite Falls 19 1550EST

Catawba County

Longview 19 1557EST

Dime hail at the intersection of 23rd

St and highway 70.

Burke County

Pleasant Grove Brke 19 1630EST

Numerous trees blown down across the

entire county, with most trees down in

Pleasant Grove.

Burke County

Valdese 19 1630EST

A small pond overflowed near Valdese,

flooding part of highway 10. This

typically happens during heavy rain.

Rutherford County

5 N Forest City 19 1715EST

1730EST

Trees down near Forest City, some on

roads and houses, and power lines down

on highway 221 south of Rutherfordton.

Rutherford County

5 N Forest City 19 1715EST

1730EST

Jackson County

Cullowhee 20 1155EST

Jackson County

Cullowhee 20 1215EST

1330EST

Flooding of creeks with water beginning

to threaten trailer parks.

Madison County

Marshall 20 1330EST

1600EST

Creeks came out of their banks around

Marshall. Water covered portions of

highway 213 at the junction of highways

25 and 70. Rollins Rd was also covered

with water.

Transylvania County

4 E Brevard 20 1358EST

Reported at Pisgah Forest.

Transylvania County

7 NE Brevard 20 1420EST

Henderson County

10 NW Hendersonville 20 1430EST

Transylvania County

6 ENE Brevard 20 1430EST

Mainly pea size hail fell for about 30

minutes and accumulated to a depth of 3

incehs in the Penrose area. The hail

was still on the ground the next day.

County reported damage to apple crops.

There was a rumor of golfball size hail

in this area as well, but this could

not be confirmed.

Macon County

Highlands 27 0100EST

Lightning hit a gas line on Flat

Mountain Rd, which caused a nereby

house to catch fire.

Jackson County

13 SSE Sylva 27 0100EST

Lightning sparked a fire out an out-

building on Cowee Ridge. The structure

was destroyed.

Henderson County

Hendersonville 27 0300EST

Lightning ignited a house fire near the

Laurel Park Shopping center. The fire

destroyed much of the roof.

Henderson County

Countywide 27 0345EST

0900EST

Flooding began around Hendersonville,

where portions of highway 25 were under

water. Highway 64 was covered with

water near Endeyville. Numerous other

roads flooded across the county, some

due to poor drainage, others due to

flooding streams, which included Mud

Creek and Clear Creek. At least 16

roads were closed across the county

during the event. By around sunrise,

flooding was quite severe, as 6 moto-

rists required rescue from submerged

vehicles. A lake overflowed at Camp

Judea near Edneyville, damaging several

vehicles and cabins, and necessitating

evacuation of 175 campers.

Polk County

3 W Tryon 27 0400EST

Trees down on highway 176 between Tryon

and Saluda.

Rutherford County

Rutherfordton 27 0800EST

Tree trees snapped off by lightning.

Jackson County

Cashiers 27 0800EST

Lightning sparked a house fire, causing

extensive damage to the structure and

its contents.

Madison County

7 W Marshall 27 1800EST

1900EST

Big Pine Creek flooded several roads

and trapped some residents in their

homes. Several private bridges and

culverts were washed out.

Gaston County

Gastonia 27 1800EST

Lightning sparked several structural

fires in the county.

Rutherford County

Forest City 27 1855EST

Trees also down in Spindale around the

same time.

Polk County

7 W Columbus 28 0800EST

A mudslide was reported on Holbert Cove

Rd and a culvert was washed out on

Skyuka Mountain Rd.

Union County

Countywide 28 1000EST

1400EST

Flooding began across the county with

severe urban and poor drainage

flooding, mainly in areas from Monroe

to Matthews. Several major roads were

flooded through Monroe, including high-

way 74 and Rocky River Rd. By early

afternoon, flooding had become quite

serious across the county, as a few

overflowing creeks and streams contri-

buted to the problem. Flooded creeks

included Stump Lick Branch, Bearskin

Creek, and Stewarts Creek. In all, 30

to 35 roads were closed across the

county due to high water.

Burke County

Morganton 29 1700EST

A person was struck by lightning.

Mcdowell County

Dysortville 29 1730EST

Burke County

Morganton 29 1730EST

A womans lace was burned when the phone

she was talking on exploded during a

power surge caused by lightning.

Burke County

10 W Morganton 29 1735EST

Trees, large limbs, and an awning blown

down at Lake James campground at

Benfield Landing.

Iredeli County

9 N Turnersburg 30 1900EST

Trees and a large limbs down on Warren

Bridge Rd near the Wilkes County line.

NORTH DAKOTA Central and West

Bottineau County

6 S Souris 0l 1511CST

1516CST

Heavy rainfall accompanied this storm.

Renville County

1 W Glenburn 01 1800CST

Morton County

13 SE New Salem 01 1835CST

1840CST

Morton County

10 SW Mandan to 01 1855CST

10 W Mandan 1857CST

Several funnel clouds observed.

Sioux County

9 N Selfridge 01 1900CST

1904CST

Morton County

Glen Ullin 0l 1910CST

1914CST

Adams County

19 NE Hettinger 01 1930CST

1933CST

Hettinger County

11 S Mott to 01 1933CST 11 70

5 E Mott 1950CST

The tornado destroyed a barn. At one

time there were two tornadoes on the

ground at the same time from the same

thunderstorm cell.

Morton County

10 W New Salem 01 1935CST

1938CST

Morton County

Hebron 01 1945CST

1950CST

Stark County

Richardton 01 1950CST

1953CST

Dumpster tipped over by the strong

winds. Dime size hail accompanied the

storm.

Hettinger County

1 W Burt to 01 1953CST 16 70

16 N Burt 2022CST

Tornado remained in open country

destroying a barn 1 northwest of Burt.

Morton County

10 S Hebron 01 2045CST

2050CST

Numerous trees uprooted. Nickel size

hail reported with the storm. Report

from NDHP trooper.

Stark County

5 SE Lefor to 01 2045CST 4 50

6 E Lefor 2053CST

Tornado touched down in residence yard.

A corral partly down and roof torn off

a shed. Several trees uprooted. Penny

size hail accompanied the storm.

Bottineau County

Souris 01 2120CST

2150CST

Storm total rainfall was estimated at

4.00 inches.

Morton County

Hebron 01 2125CST

2127CST

Mclean County

Max 01 2130CST

02 0130CST

Heavy rainfall up to 4 inches resulted

in water flowing from the streets into

homes and businesses. A total of 36

properties affected by water.

Ward County

8 S Minot 0l 2215CST

2315CST

Public reported a foot of water over

highway 83.

Ward County

Surrey 0l 2300CST

02 0300CST

Driveways were washed out and 10

bridges were damaged as water flowed

over them. Area from Surrey to Sawyer

hardest hit. Road department had to

breach Ward County Road 14 east of ND52

to relieve flooding. One home com-

pletely submerged in water.

Bottineau County

Souris 01 2315CST

02 0300CST

The townships of Dahlen, Harman,

Peabody, Scandia, Starbuck and Edisvold

greatly impacted. Ten home basements

full of water as it flowed across roads

and fields into homes. Souris reported

6 inches of rain in a few hours. Seve-

ral gravel county roads washed out.

Water penetrated gasoline tank with 500

gallons lost. USDA determined rainfall

totaled 7 inches and 150,000 acres of

crops were impacted on 200 farms.

Renville County

2 E Glenburn to 01 2330CST

5 SE Glenburn 02 0130CST

Roads under water and closed to

traffic.

Mchenry County

Granville to 01 2338CST

Upham 02 0200CST

Heavy rainfall up to 4.40 inches fell

at Deering and 4.75 inches reported

just west of Upham. Burlington Northern

Santa Fe Railroad track was under water

near Deering. A foot of water rushing

over some county roads washing out some

gravel ones … especially south and

west of Granville.

Stutsman County

Jamestown 02 0055CST

0100CST

Emergency Manager reported in the city

of Jamestown a tree fell on a mobile

home with extensive damage. Numerous

tree branches down. Some street signs

were bent.

Grant County

5 N Lark to 03 1116CST 1 30

6 N Lark 1118CST

Tornado touched down in open country

causing no damage.

Slope County

16 SE Amidon 06 2000CST

2003CST

Golden Valley County

Golva 06 2000CST

2005CST

Hettinger County

New England 06 2015CST

2018CST

Stark County

Belfield 06 2025CST

2028CST

Stark County

Belfield to 06 2030CST 1 60

1 NE Belfield 2032CST

Tornado touched down on the northeast

side of Belfield in a residence yard.

Tornado tore a 5 foot handman jack from

under a school bus and threw it through

the roof of a house. A storage shed was

moved 200 feet and destroyed. A 1200

bushel grain bin was carried 500 feet

and destroyed.

Adams County

7 NW Hettinger 06 2040CST

2041CST

Williams County

10 S Tioga 06 2205CST

2206CST

Emmons County

Strasburg 06 2247CST

2252CST

Wind gust up to 50 mph accompanied the

storm and hail.

Burleigh County

3 SE Bismarck Arpt 06 2302CST

2303CST

One inch diameter trees were snapped in

half and roof blown offa mobile home.

Burleigh County

3 SE Bismarck Arpt to 06 2302CST 1 60

4 SE Bismarck Arpt 2307CST

Tornado briefly touched down in the

Lincoln Meadows Trailor Park. The

tornado ripped a roof off one home and

threw it several feet onto a half ton

pickup truck. Truck was totaled.

Another mobile home was lifted two feet

off its foundation. Two other homes

received external damage. Several trees

were uprooted.

Burleigh County

Bismarck 06 2305CST

2307CST

Hail reported in the northeast part of

the city of Bismarck.

Morton County

15 WNW Mandan 06 2310CST

2315CST

A parked 24 foot pull type camper spun

around in the high winds.

Bottineau County

Lansford 06 2328CST

2330CST

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer

in Lansford.

Dickey County

Fullerton 07 0030CST

0035CST

Dickey County

7 N Ellendale 07 0038CST

0045CST

Quarter inch hail accompanied the high

winds.

La Moure County

La Moure 07 0053CST

0054CST

La Moure County

9 N Verona 07 0100CST

Barn struck by lightning and started it

on fire. The fire completely destroyed

the barn.

Grant County

Carson 07 1705CST

1706CST

Sioux County

Ft Yates 07 1720CST

1725CST

Very heavy rain accompanied the hail.

Rainfall of 3 to 4.2 inches.

Sioux County

Ft Yates 07 1805CST

1815CST

Rainfall of 2.50 to 3 inches accompa-

nied the hail.

Emmons County

19 W Strasburg 07 1919CST 0 20

1920CST

Tornado briefly touched down in open

country near Highway 1804. Nothing

damaged.

Sioux County

Selfridge 07 1928CST

08 0030CST

Flash flooding was occurring along

Highway 6 from the junction of Highway

24 southward to the South Dakota

border. Sioux County Sheriff advised no

travel. Roadway under water in many

places.

Emmons County

3 SSW Strasburg 07 1945CST

1954CST

Nickel to quarter size hail fell in an

area from Westfield to Strasburg. The

hail wiped out the sunflower crop. Two

foot drifts of hail was reported when

the storm ended. The hail also knocked

out some windows.

Emmons County

2 N Linton 07 1950CST

1953CST

Emmons County

1 NW Strasburg 07 2000CST

2002CST

Heavy rain accompanied the hail.

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Emmons County

l N Hague 07 2000CST

2003CST

Pole barn destroyed. Hail to 1 inch in

diameter accompanied the winds.

Emmons County

Strasburg 07 2006CST

2008CST

Sioux County

Ft Yates 07 2006CST

2115CST

Water up to 8 inches covered Highway

24.

Sioux County

Selfridge to 07 2010CST

7 N Selfridge 2145CST

Flash flooding from Selfridge to 7

miles north of Selfridge produced a

foot of water running over Highway 6.

Rainfall of 3.30 inches fell in a 1

hour time frame.

Mcintosh County

Wishek 07 2030CST

2031CST

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Emmons County

3 E Strasburg 07 2035CST

2037CST

Logan County

Burnstad 07 2045CST

2120CST

USDA reported 60 percent loss of small

grain, 40 percent loss of corn, sun-

flowers, soybeans and alfalfa, and 30

percent loss of mixed forage from high

winds and hail. 0.75 inch hail accom-

panied the storm.

Logan County

Napoleon 07 2045CST

2048CST

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Emmons County

3 E Strasburg 07 2050CST

2052CST

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Mcintosh County

Wishek 07 2054CST

2056CST

Logan County

5 SE Burnstad 07 2110CST

2118CST

Winds up to 50 mph and heavy rainfall

of 2.40 inches accompanied the storm.

Logan County

1 N Lehr 07 2115CST

2116CST

La Moure County

Edgeley 07 2145CST

08 0215CST

A severe storm produced 4 inches of

rain which sent a wall of water 3 feet

high into the lower parts of Edgeley.

Several cars floated away with 15 homes

flooded.

Dickey County

3 S Merricourt 07 2145CST

2315CST

A foot of water reported over many

roads destroying several county and

township roads. Several fences washed

out.

Dickey County

Ellendale 07 2155CST

2157CST

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Dickey County

2 S Merricourt 07 2210CST 0 20

2212CST

Tornado briefly touched down in open

country.

Dickey County

3 S Merricourt 07 2259CST

2304CST

Heavy rain accompanied the hail

flooding several roads and washing out

fences.

La Moure County

Berlin 07 2300CST

2303CST

The wind tore down a 12 inch diameter

tree. Up to one inch of rainfall accom-

panied the storm.

Dickey County

Forbes 08 1635CST

1640CST

Bowman County

Rhame 19 0005CST

0006CST

Stark County

3 W Dickinson 19 0022CST

0023CST

Stark County

5 S Dickinson 19 0022CST

0027CST

Large hail accompanied the severe storm

causing major damage to homes, busi-

nesses, vehicles and other buildings.

Wind ASOS measured.

Stark County

Dickinson 19 0023CST

0025CST

Numerous homes, businesses, vehicles

and other builds sustained major damage

from the baseball size hail. Strong

winds to 84 mph accompanied the large

hail.

Bowman County

7 W Bowman to 19 0025CST

Bowman 0029CST

Wind gust to 50 mph accompanied the

hail.

Stark County

Dickinson 19 0033CST

0034CST

Hettinger County

New England 19 0055CST

0100CST

Mercer County

Hazen 19 0100CST

0102CST

Stark County

Richardton 19 0110CST

0113CST

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Mercer County

Beulah 19 0130CST

0135CST

Tree limbs down.

Ward County

Ryder 19 0140CST

0143CST

Reported by the Air Force Missile Crew

at Ryder.

Ward County

8 S Minot 19 0148CST

0150CST

Oliver County

Center 19 0154CST

0202CST

Ward County

14 S Minor 19 0159CST

0203CST

Oliver County

Center 19 0200CST

0205CST

Mercer County

Hazen 19 0210CST

0212CST

Mclean County

Washburn 19 0230CST

0240CST

Oliver County

Center 19 0240CST

0244CST

Pierce County

8 S Silva to 19 0345CST 3 75

8 SSE Silva 0355CST

Tornado touched down 8 miles south of

Silva near Long Lake. It moved east-

northeast and crossed into Benson

County, Grand Forks NWS County Warning

Area. Damage to high voltage transmis-

sion lines partly due to the tornado

and partly due to 110 mph estimated

wind gusts listed as a seperate entry.

Pierce County

6 SW Silva to 19 0347CST

4 SE Silva 0357CST

Six (6) miles of 230 KV high voltage

transmission lines down.

Logan County

10 E Napoleon 20 0551CST

0558CST

ARB observer reports penny size hail.

Stutsman County

Montpelier 20 0635CST

70 mph winds and very heavy rain.

Williams County

13 W Williston 21 0205CST

Williams County

Williston 21 0233CST

0239CST

Wind speed 58 mph or higher for dura-

tion of event. Peak of 69 mph at 233 AM

CST and 234 AM CST. Numerous large

trees down from Williston to Trenton

area. Wind ASOS measured.

Williams County

Trenton 21 0235CST

Estimated wind gust 80 mph blew two

grain bins off their foundations, one

moved 1000 feet away and the other 40

feet. 1 inch hail also reported. Winds

in excess of 55 mph between 235 AM CST

and 245 AM CST.

Mckenzie County

Watford City 21 0305CST

Also strong winds during event.

Burke County

Powers Lake 25 2311CST

26 2311CST

Renville County

1 S Tolley 26 0005CST

Bottineau County

10 N Bottineau 26 0120CST

Golden Valley County

3 SE Trotters to 26 1429CST

3 SSE Trotters 1434CST

Bowman County

Bowman 26 1645CST

1655CST

Sioux County

13 SW Solen to 26 1650CST 2 20

11 SW Solen 1655CST

No damage.

Mountrail County

10 S New Town 26 1710CST

5.00 inches of rain at Van Hook.

Mountrail County

New Town 26 1710CST

1915CST

Streets flooded in New Town, 6 inches

deep.

Bowman County

7 S Bowman 26 1715CST

Ward County

Berthold 26 1730CST

2030CST

Flash flood affected area from Berthold

to Carpio and Foxholm. NDDOT and NDHP

closed Highway 52 from Carpio to

Foxholm because a bridge between the

two cities was washed out from the

flash flood. Homes flooded in Berthold.

Renville County

Glenburn to 26 1730CST

5 W Glenburn 1900CST

Flash flood from Glenburn to 5 miles

west Glenburn. Deep water 2 to 3 feet

in fields. Water flowed into homes.

Some roads under water.

Bottineau County

Lansford 26 1730CST

1830CST

Street flooding.

Sioux County

4 SW Solen to 26 1731CST 2 30

2 SW Solen 1738CST

No damage reported. Tornado in open

field.

Bottineau County

10 E Lansford 26 1755CST

Morton County

Huff 26 1815CST

Hettinger County

Regent 26 1828CST

1 inch of rain in 15 minutes.

Mchenry County

8 N Deering 26 1830CST

Renville County

Glenburn 26 1830CST

Bottineau County

Newburg 26 1835CST

Adams County

Reeder 26 1835CST

40 to 50 mph winds.

Hettinger County

Regent 26 1845CST

Hettinger County

4 S Mott to 26 1849CST 4 70

2 E Mott 1855CST

F1 damage on a farm 4 miles south of

Mott. Five grain bins destroyed and a

barn heavily damaged.

Ward County

Minot 26 1900CST

2000CST

Underpasses flooded. Water over some

county roads 6 inches deep.

Hettinger County

3 S Burt to 26 1903CST 3 60

2 E Burt 1908CST

Damage to farm yard fences and

equipment.

Dickey County

Oakes 26 1915CST

Roof damage on home from winds.

Mclean County

Garrison 26 1930CST

2100CST

Streets flooded after receiving 2

inches of rain in a short time.

Grant County

Elgin 26 1935CST

Nickel to golf ball hail.

Bottineau County

5 NE Newburg 26 2000CST

2200CST

8 inches of water over county roads

following 2.6 inches of rain.

Bottineau County

5 NE Newburg 26 2000CST

Burleigh County

Bismarck 26 2010CST

Penny size hail in north Bismarck.

Burleigh County

Bismarck 26 2011CST

Penny size hail in south Bismarck.

Rolette County

Dunscith 26 2030CST

2230CST

Road washed out due to high water

flowing over it. Utility lines exposed

under road.

Morton County

St Anthony 26 2049CST

Thunderstorm wind sustained 52 mph with

gusts to 76 mph.

Kidder County

1 SE Tuttle 26 2205CST

High winds blew a barn down one (1)

mile southeast of Tuttle. Two homes

damaged due to trees falling on them.

Airplane hanger and quonset destroyed.

Extensive damage to a rural electric

cooperative, knocking down seven

aluminum poles and two high-voltage

transformers. Quarter size hail accom-

panied the storm.

Golden Valley County

8 SE Beach 28 2211CST

Heavy rain and frequent lightning.

Rolette County

2 SE Rolette 29 0130CST

No damage reported.

Ward County

Minot 29 0340CST

0500CST

Dunn County

Halliday 29 0345CST

0445CST

Pierce County

5 SE Orrin to 29 1245CST

15 SE Orrin 1445CST

Water several feet deep in some fields.

Water from culverts flowing over county

roads.

Mchenry County

10 NE Karlsruhe to 29 1300CST

10 E Karlsruhe 1500CST

Kidder County

Steele 29 1330CST

1530CST

Damage to roads and buildings in the

Steele area.

NORTH DAKOTA, East

NDZ014>015-026 Benson–Ramsey–Nelson

01 0000CST

30 2359CST

June 2005 was an excessively wet month,

with a number of rain events over the

Devils Lake basin. For the month,

National Weather Service cooperative

observers measured 9.06 inches of rain

at Minnewaukan, 7.46 inches of rain at

Edmore, 7.32 inches of rain in the city

of Devils Lake, and 5.23 inches of rain

at Petersburg. Additional NDAWN mesonet

reports included 8.49 inches near

Baker, 5.70 inches near Crary, and 4.55

inches near Michigan. Runoff continued

into Devils Lake, which now covered

134,000 acres. Devils Lake began the

month around 1448.30 feet MSL and ended

the month around 1448.75 feet MSL. Flow

continued through the Jerusalem Coulee

into Stump Lake, which now covered

10,000 acres. Stump Lake began the

month around 1428.40 feet MSL and ended

the month around 1430 feet MSL. The

rising Stump Lake threatened several

homes. The three-county region was part

of a Presidential disaster declaration,

due to excessive rainfall and severe

weather during the month.

Traill County

Buxton 02 0615CST

A tree was blown onto the postmaster’s

car at the post office. The vehicle was

totalled.

Steele County

3 S Finley 03 1700CST

04 0400CST

Four inches of rain fell in less than 2

hours on top of already saturated

ground. One bridge was washed out.

Steele County

7 S Finley 03 1700CST

04 0400CST

Water flowed over highway 32 about 7

miles south of Finley.

Barnes County

Sibley 03 1830CST

04 0400CST

4 to 7 inches of rain fell in a four

hour period. Three houses were flooded

due to excessive runoff from the heavy

rain. One house had main floor flooding

while the other two had flooding in

their garage and shop areas. Lake

Ashtabula rose around 6 inches in four

hours. Gravel roads accessing the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds

southwest of Sibley were washed out.

Barnes County

13 N Valley City 03 1855CST

04 0400CST

4 to 7 inches of rain fell in a four

hour period. Water flowed across two

county roads and cut them down to the

culverts.

Steele County

4 SE Finley 03 2020CST

04 0400CST

Excessive runoff from heavy rains

washed out a bridge.

Riehland County

Wahpeton 07 0515CST

1200CST

About 2.5 inches of rain fell in an

hour, flooding several city streets.

Some basement flooding and sewer backup

was reported. A car and a minivan were

both flooded by high water on one

street, which didn’t drain for nearly 4

hours. Fifth street south in Wahpeton

was hit the hardest.

Ransom County

7 SSW Englevale 07 2250CST

A portion of a barn wall was blown out

by the strong wind.

Sargent County

3 S Cogswell 07 2255CST

Dime to quarter sized hail fell.

Sargent County

Cayuga 07 2330CST

Trees were blown down all over town.

One tree fell on a house.

Ransom County

10 SW Mc Leod 07 2335CST

Large tree branches were blown down.

Barnes County

4 E Kathryn 07 2345CST

4 inch diameter tree branches were

blown down.

Cass County

5 W Alice 07 2350CST

Trees were blown down.

Richland County

5 W Wahpeton 08 0000CST

Richland County

5 W Wahpeton 08 0000CST

Richland County

1 W Wahpeton 08 0006CST

Richland County

1 W Wahpeton 08 0006CST

Grand Forks County

Larimore to 08 0300CST

1 W Niagara 0600CST

Heavy rainfall contributed to a major

fiber optic line cut between Lakota and

Larimore. Telephone service to most of

northeast North Dakota was knocked out.

Nelson County

4 E Petersburg to 08 0300CST

Lakota 0600CST

Heavy rainfall contributed to a major

fiber optic line cut between Lakota and

Larimore. Telephone service to most of

northeast North Dakota was knocked out.

NDZ053 Riehland

08 0700CST

17 0300CST

The Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

had 3 crests above its moderate flood

stage during the month of June. These 3

occurred in near succession, one around

12.9 feet on June 9th, the second

around 12.7 feet on June 12th, and the

third around 13.1 feet on June 15th.

Pembina County

3 W Cavalier to 08 1527CST 3 50

3 NW Cavalier 1533CST

No significant tree damage occurred,

but dust plumes were evident as the

tornado crossed open fields.

Pembina County

4 NNW Cavalier to 08 1537CST 5 100

8 NNE Cavalier 1547CST

Several trees were knocked down in each

shelterbelt this tornado crossed. A

metal roof was also damaged by the

tornado. One to two additional funnels

were pendant from the same wall cloud

at various times.

Pembina County

3 E Leroy 08 1540CST

Pembina County

1 SW Neche to 08 1553CST 3 100

1 NNE Neche 1559CST

The tornado touched down near county

highway 55 and tracked for nearly 3

miles, passing just west of Neche.

Several trees were knocked down on both

sides of state highway 18 at the north-

west comer of Neche, indicating a pos-

sible counter-clockwise rotation (which

is a rare phenomenon in the northern

hemisphere). The tornado continued

along a north-northeast path and

crossed the Canadian border about one-

half mile east of the Neche-Gretna

border station.

Pembina County

Neche 08 1600CST

Richland County

1 N Wyndmere ll 1250CST

2141CST

Water flowed over North Dakota Highway

18.

Richland County

1 W Christine 11 1315CST 0.2 50

1316CST

The tornado briefly touched down in an

open field.

Richland County

Wyndmere 11 1330CST

2141CST

Around 6 inches of rain fell in 6

hours. Several basements were flooded

in Wyndmere and other homes had to be

sandbagged. Half the homes in town

suffered some sort of water damage and

12 to 15 had major damage. Highway 18

through town was closed.

Cass County

Fargo 11 1530CST

2141CST

Flash flooding occurred along

Interstate 94, west of the Interstate

29 interchange, causing traffic to be

diverted. 19th avenue north also was

flooded in several spots.

Traill County

11 NE Hillsboro 11 1748CST 0.2 50

1749CST

A tornado briefly touched down in a

field.

Cass County

2 S Grandin 11 1750CST

Traiil County

3 W Caledonia 11 1752CST 0.2 50

1753CST

A tornado briefly touched down in a

farm field.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 11 1800CST

12 0500CST

Street flooding occurred due to heavy

rainfall and power outages at sewer

lift stations.

Grand Forks County

Grand Forks ll 1820CST

12 0500CST

2.26 inches of rain was reported at the

Grand Forks National Weather Service

office. Street flooding occurred near

the city library and in the Columbia

Heights Park.

Grand Forks County

Thompson ll 1820CST

12 0500CST

2.50 inches of rain fell in a short

amount of time and flooded several

homes.

Cass County

2 NE Casselton ll 1852CST

2141CST

Water was reported over several sec-

tions of county and township roads from

Grandin to Casselton and into north

central Cass county.

Ransom County

7 S Mc Leod 11 1930CST

2141CST

Fields were flooded and water covered

several roads.

Sargent County

9 E Milnor 11 1930CST

2141CST

Fields were flooded and water covered

several roads.

Traill County

Hillsboro 11 1930CST

12 0447CST

Street flooding occurred all over

Hillsboro. Water pooled in yards and

seeped into basements.

Bensou County

1 W Warwick ll 2000CST

12 0500CST

Water overtopped several rural roads.

Fields and farmyards were flooded.

Cavalier County

8 S Munich 11 2100CST

12 0500CST

Water covered highway 20 at the Ramsey-

Cavalier county line.

Ramsey County

6 N Starkweather ll 2100CST

12 0500CST

Water covered highway 20 at the Ramsey-

Cavaiier county line.

Towner County

2 E Maza ll 2200CST

12 0500CST

Water covered a road.

Eddy County

16 E Sheyenne 12 0400CST

0500CST

Water flowed over county road 1 near

Horseshoe Lake.

NDZ039-049-052>053 Cass–Ransom–Sargent–Richland

ll 2142CST

12 1300CST

Overland flooding continued from Cas-

selton to Mapleton to north Fargo, in

east-central Cass county. In Ransom

county, overland flooding was worst in

the southeast part of the county. In

Richland county, overland flooding

closed roads and bridges between

Wyndmere and Mantador. For Sargent

county, flooding closed several rural

roads east of Milnor.

NDZ030 Traill

12 0448CST

1057CST

Several roads were closed due to over-

land flooding in the Clifford area.

Other roads and crossings were covered

with water and closed throughout the

county. Many basements were flooded.

NDZ006>007- Towner–Cavalier–Benson–Ramsey–Eddy

014>015-024 12 0501CST

1055CST

Heavy rainfall on saturated soils led

to a five county flood warning. At the

Cavalier/Ramsey county line 8 miles

south of Munich, water overtopped state

highway 20. In Yowner county, water

covered several roads 2 miles east of

Maza. Overland flooding also was repor-

ted 1 mile west of Warwick in Benson

county. Meanwhile, a county road was

washed out 2 miles west of New Rockford

in Eddy county. Water also covered the

eastbound lane of county road 1, 16

miles east of Sheyenne.

NDZ039 Cass

12 0600CST

18 0400CST

The Maple River at Mapleton crested

around 908.8 feet MSL on June 15th.

Major flooding occurs at this point

when the fiver stage rises above 907

feet MSL. The Maple River was reported

to be one-quarter to one mile wide in

spots. The flooding river cut off the

access road to the Maple River Golf

Course, which shut down the course.

Many holes on the golf course were

flooded.

NDZ039 Cass

13 1500CST

20 1800CST

The Sheyenne River at Harwood rose to a

peak of around 889.7 feet MSL on June

16th. Moderate flooding occurs at

Harwood when the Sheyenne River reaches

a height of 886 feet MSL.

NDZ030-039-049- Traill–Cass–Ransom–Sargent–Richland

052>053

13 2050CST

17 ll00CST

County-wide flood warnings for these

five counties had expired the day

before (on 6/12 around the noon hour).

Additional rainfall once again across

these five counties resulted in another

areal flood warning. In Traill county,

125,000 acres (of the total 500,000

acres) were either not planted or were

damaged. In rural areas, gravel roads

were muddy and rutted, with ditches

running full. Overland flooding washed

out several sections of roads and at

least one rural bridge. Other sections

of roads were under water. Auxiliary

pumps were put in place at Galesburg

and Reynolds to keep runoff away from

critical infrastructure. In Cass

county, overland flooding around

Mapleton inundated several county and

township roads. In southeast Ransom

county, water covered several county

roads. In Richland county, several

county and township roads were flooded

or blockaded in the Wyndmere and

Lidgerwood areas. In Sargent county,

overland flooding was most rampant in

the eastern part of the county, where

at least 10 sections of county roads

were under water due to overland

flooding. Traill, Sargent, and Richland

counties were included in a Presiden-

tial disaster declaration, due to the

combination of flooding and severe

weather throughout the month. A general

damage assessment said that 25 to 30

percent of the farmland did not get

planted and more than 25 percent of the

land that did get planted got drowned

out.

NDZ016 Eastern Walsh

14 0300CST

27 2000CST

The Red River at Oslo (MN) rose to a

crest around 35.5 feet on June 19th.

Moderate flooding occurs at Oslo when

the Red River reaches a height of 30

feet. County road 2 was closed between

sections 2 and 11 of Pulaski Township.

Two bridges along the Forest River

(near the town of Forest River) were

undermined by high water levels.

NDZ039 Cass

15 1800CST

20 2000CST

The Red River in Fargo/Moorhead rose to

a crest around 28.19 feet on June 18th.

Moderate flooding occurs at Fargo/Moor-

head when the Red River reaches a

height of 27 feet. This was the second

highest summer crest on record. The

highest summer crest of 33.26 feet

occurred on July 4, 1975. The flooding

Red River affected recreational paths,

golf courses, and bridges. Sandbagging

was also done at Trollwood and Mickel-

son Parks in north Fargo.

NDZ027 Grand Forks

17 0200CST

19 0600CST

The Red River at East Grand Forks (MN)

rose to a crest around 40.36 feet on

June 18th. Moderate flooding occurs at

East Grand Forks when the Red River

reaches a height of 40 feet. This was

the second highest sununer crest on

record. The highest summer crest of

43.08 feet occurred on July 14, 1975.

Benson County

3 NW Esmond 19 0345CST

1.85 inches of rain was also reported.

Benson County

Esmond 19 0350CST

Extensive tree damage was reported in

and around Esmond. Power poles were

snapped and power lines were down. The

chimney on the Lutheran Church was

knocked down. A wind sensor reached 76

mph before power was lost.

Benson County

4 WNW Esmond to 19 0356CST 2 100

2 NW Esmond 0400CST

This tornado originated in Pierce

county. It crossed into Benson county

near the southeast end of Long Lake.

The tornado continued for 2 miles

before lifting. The tornado tore up

several trees near Long Lake and tore a

roof off a shed. Another shed was

damaged at a farmstead northeast of

Long Lake. Peak winds were estimated at

110 mph.

Benson County

5 NW Esmond to 19 0400CST 0

2 NW Minnewaukan 0420CST

Downburst winds and tornadoes tore down

31 miles of 230 kV power transmission

lines crossing far eastern Pierce and

western Benson counties. The 25 mile

section from the Pierce county line to

2 miles northwest of Minnewaukan was

blown down between 5:00 am to 5:20 am

CDT by winds of 90 to 110 mph. The

Great River Power Company estimated

property loss in Benson county at $6.45

million.

Benson County

4 S Harlow 19 0414CST

Benson County

3 W Harlow 19 0415CST 0.2 100

0416CST

A brief touchdown occurred in a

“bookend vortice” area along the north

edge of a developing downburst wind

core. The tornado was estimated to have

maximum winds of around 110 mph.

Benson County

1 N Baker 19 0416CST

An NDAWN sensor reported a 72 mph wind

gust.

Benson County

3 SE Harlow 19 0411CST

An old barn was blown down and the roof

was torn off a pole barn.

Benson County

2 SE Harlow 19 0417CST

A barn was blown down.

Benson County

9 W Minnewaukan 19 0418CST 0.2 100

0419CST

A tornado briefly touched down in a

shelterbelt north of the intersection

of county roads 19 and 30. The tornado

formed in a “bookend vortice” off the

south edge of a developing downburst

wind core.

Benson County

5 NW Minnewaukan 19 0419CST

An older barn roof was torn off.

Benson County

6 NW Minnewaukan 19 0419CST

Many large trees were snapped off. The

roof was torn off a shed.

Benson County

2 WNW York 19 0420CST

The roof was torn off a pole barn.

Benson County

2 SE Brinsmade 19 0421CST

A large barn was blown down along with

numerous trees in a shelterbelt.

Benson County

3 E Leeds 19 0421CST

A large 80,000 bushel grain bin was

blown down at the BTR elevator complex

near the Niles railroad spur. A grain

dryer and several smaller hopper bottom

bins were also blown over.

Benson County

l NE Brinsmade 19 0422CST

Many large evergreen trees were blown

down in a shelterbelt.

Benson County

6 E Leeds 19 0422CST

A metal flag pole was bent over the

strong winds.

Ramsey County

3 S Devils Lake 19 0422CST

Ramsey County

3 S Devils Lake 19 0422CST

Benson County

3 E Brinsmade 19 0423CST

The roof was torn off a pole shed and

the wall was blown out of a hay shed.

Benson County

4 NNE Brinsmade 19 0425CST

The roof was torn off a pole shed.

Ramsey County

3 W Penn 19 0425CST

Benson County

7 NE Brinsmade 19 0428CST

A large barn was blown down.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 19 0433CST

Ramsey County

4 SE Starkweather 19 0433CST

Ramsey County

Garske 19 0440CST

The Garske elevator was heavily

damaged. Trees and power lines were

down all around.

Towner County

11 ESE Cando 19 0440CST

5 trees were blown down in a shelter-

belt. Shingle damage was reported on a

house and several outbuildings.

Ramsey County

Starkweather 19 0445CST

Many large trees were blown down or

uprooted. Trees fell on homes and

vehicles. A brick building in town was

also damaged. A grain bin at the

elevator was punctured, spilling grain

on the ground.

Ramsey County

3 SE Starkweather 19 0445CST

Numerous large trees were blown down. A

garage was tom off its foundation and

destroyed.

Ramsey County

4 SE Starkweather 19 0445CST

Many trees were blown down, some 4 to 5

feet in circumference. Several tree

tops were twisted off.

Ramsey County

5 NE Starkweather 19 0450CST

An observer reported 85 mph winds be-

fore the power went out. 100 feet of a

quonset shed was damaged. Trees were

snapped 20 feet off the ground. Six

bins, a steel shed, a single garage, a

3-car garage, and a chicken house were

also damaged.

Ramsey County

5 SW Hampden 19 0453CST

A Davis weather system measured a peak

wind speed of 91 mph until electricity

was lost. Numerous trees were blown

down.

Ramsey County

Hampden 19 0457CST

A large 80,000 bushel grain bin was

blown down at the Hampden elevator

complex. The roof was also toRN off tbe

main elevator building. Numerous trees

were snapped off or uprooted nearby.

Ramsey County

2 SE Hampden 19 0500CST

A 103 mph wind gust was measured by a

RAWS mesonet site.

Walsh County

3 N Fairdale 19 0500CST

Large evergreen trees were snapped off

in a shelterbelt.

Cavalier County

Loma 19 0508CST

Power poles were snapped off and power

lines were down. Numerous trees were

uprooted or snapped off: The town

elevator was also damaged.

Cavalier County

Nekoma 19 0510CST

A grain elevator complex was damaged.

Metal bins were also dented in.

Cavalier County

Langdon 19 0515CST

Many 100 foot tall evergreen trees were

uprooted. A pole barn was blown down

and the roof was blown offa mobile

home. Many other trees were snapped,

with their trunks laying toward the

northeast. The grain elevator sustained

some minor damage.

Cavalier County

1 E Langdon 19 0516CST

An NDAWN mesonet sensor reported an 86

mph wind gust. A tree fell on a

building and another large evergreen

was blown down.

Cavalier County

Osnabrock 19 0517CST

Shingles and metal siding were torn

from a house. The town elevator lost

part of its tin roof and two 40,000

bushel grain bins were damaged.

Cavalier County

3 N Langdon 19 0520CST

Flying debris was reported in a yard.

Two trees were uprooted.

Cavalier County

7 E Langdon 19 0520CST

A barn was blown down. Two grain bins

were ripped from their foundations,

with debris blown downwind for a

quarter mile. Numerous trees were up-

rooted or snapped off. Shingles were

torn from houses and basement windows

were broken.

Walsh County

8 ENE Fairdale 19 0522CST

Large tree branches were blown down.

Cavalier County

6 N Langdon 19 0525CST

Several grain bins were blown down.

Pembina County

Walhalla 19 0525CST

Widespread tree damage was reported in

Walhalla. One tree fell on a tent in

Walhalla, injuring one man. The other

person in the tent was able to go for

help. Widespread power outages occurred

throughout the county. The Walhalla

school building roof was heavily

damaged. Flooding occurred in the

school basement, due to the numerous

holes in the roof. Emergency routes

were blocked by fallen trees. Trees

fell on cars, homes, garages, fences,

and power lines.

Pembina County

2 S Mountain 19 0527CST

Large tree branches were blown down.

Pembina County

Neche 19 0530CST

70 mph winds blew down several tree

branches.

Pembina County

4 NE Walhalla 19 0530CST

A 77 mph wind gust was measured by an

NDAWN wind sensor.

Pembina County

7 NW Cavalier 19 0532CST

75 mph wind gusts were reported, with

several trees down.

Cavalier County

6 NNW Vang 19 0535CST

Many trees were blown down in the

Pembina Hills Wildlife Area.

Pembina County

Hensel 19 0535CST

The chimney was blown off a house.

Pembina County

Cavalier 19 0540CST

Metal trim was torn off the Pembina

county Emergency Operations Center.

Pembina County

1 N Neche 19 0548CST

An 87 mph wind gust was measured at the

Neche/Gretna port of entry.

Pembina County

Pembina 19 0558CST

Numerous trees and power lines were

blown down. Several small buildings

were moved off their foundations.

Pembina County

1 N Pembina 19 0600CST

A 77 mph wind gust was measured at the

Pembina port of entry.

Grand Forks County

1 N Gilby 19 1500CST 0.2 50

1501CST

The tornado briefly touched down in an

open field.

Grand Forks County

3 SE Johnstown 19 1510CST 0.2 50

1511CST

A sheriff’s deputy reported a brief

tornado touchdown 2.5 miles south and

1.75 east of Johnstown.

Grand Forks County

7 NW Grand Forks 19 1719CST

1721CST

A tunnel cloud was seen from the NWS

office in Grand Forks and by spotters

on U.S. Highway 2 along the west end of

Grand Forks.

Ransom County

8 NW Lisbon 20 0640CST

Sargent County

Gwinner 20 0653CST

Barnes County

2 SW Litchville 20 0655CST

Trees were uprooted southwest of

Litchville.

Barnes County

Kathryn 20 0707CST

Trees were blown down in Kathryn.

Falling trees damaged a fence and broke

a window on a house.

Barnes County

6 ESE Nome 20 0710CST

Tree branches were also blown down all

over the farmyard.

Cass County

20 S Tower City 20 0710CST

Ransom County

3 W Enderlin 20 0710CST

Ransom County

3 NNW Ft Ransom to 20 0710CST 1 100

4 NNW Ft Ransom 0713CST

A metal machine shed was blown down and

several trees were uprooted. Parts of

the metal machine shed were twisted

around trees in the yard. Two chimney

tops were broken offa house, shingles

were damaged, and several windows were

broken. The farmstead also lost power.

Barnes County

6 SW Valley City 20 0720CST

Big trees were torn up and many

shingles were ripped offa roof.

Barnes County

Valley City 20 0725CST

Large branches were blown down.

Sargent County

Gwinner 20 0730CST

1300CST

Street flooding was reported in

Gwinner.

Sargent County

2 E Milnor 20 0730CST

1300CST

Watered covered highway 13 east of

Milnor.

Sargent County

Milnor 20 0730CST

1300CST

Street flooding was reported in Milnor.

Sargent County

Milnor 20 0730CST

Nickle to quarter-sized hail covered

the ground.

Barnes County

Fingal 20 0745CST

Trees were blown down in Fingal.

Cass County

2 S Casselton 20 0755CST

Cuss County

Fargo 20 0800CST

A house near the Rose Creek Golf Course

was hit by lightning. Flames were

spotted coming out of the roof.

Ransom County

Sheldon 20 0800CST

Large trees were blown down all over

town. One tree fell on a house.

Riehland County

2 SW Mantador 20 0805CST

Riehland County

10 W Wahpeton 20 0810CST

Riehland County

Hankinson 20 0830CST

Trees were blown down and power lines

were snapped.

Richland County

1 W Wahpeton 20 0832CST

A ND DOT RWIS sensor reported a 60 mph

wind gust.

Richland County

Wahpeton 20 0833CST

A tree was blown down in Wahpeton,

destroying a mail box.

Richland County

Fairmount 20 0835CST

75 mph winds hit the town of Fairmount,

blowing down hundreds of trees. 40

homes in town reported some sort of

damage. Trees fell on power lines,

knocking out power to many residences.

Advertising signs at the baseball field

were also blown around.

Richland County

4 ESE Hankinson to 20 0844CST 7 100

2 SW Fairmount 0905CST

Intermittent tornado damage occurred in

shelterbelts along this 7 mile path.

Estimated peak winds were 110 mph.

Ransom County

8 SSW Mc Leod 20 0930CST

1300CST

Water flowed over two county roads.

Riehland County

Fairmount 20 1000CST

1949CST

Over two inches of raifl fell quickly,

flooding city streets.

Riehland County

Hankinson 20 1000CST

1949CST

Two county roads were closed due to

high water.

NDZ053 Riehland

20 1950CST

22 1338CST

Several roads and bridges were closed,

mostly along the Wild Rice River from

Wyndmere to Mantador to Great Bend.

Benson County

Oberon 23 1325CST

Benson County

4 N Oberon 23 1325CST

The hail was accompanied by about 1.05

inches of rain in 15 minutes.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 23 1330CST

A 2 to 3 loot diameter tree fell on a

house. Trees and branches were blown

down all over town.

Benson County

2 NNW St Michael 23 1344CST

AND DOT RWIS site measured a 58 mph

wind gust.

Ramsey County

6 S Devils Lake 23 1344CST

A ND DOT RWIS site measured a 58 mph

wind gust.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 23 1345CST

Trees were uprooted in Devils Lake by

the strong wind, with some falling on

power lines. Scattered power outages

were reported. A semi-trailer, not

attached to a cab, was flipped over.

Several city signs were twisted or

broken off. The strong wind broke off a

large tree branch next to a gas

station, which tell on the store and

punctured a hole through its roof. This

also cut some of the station’s

electricity.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake Arpt 23 1345CST

An 85 mph wind gust was measured by the

AWOS at the Devils Lake airport. A

single engine airplane tethered down on

the tarmac was broken loose and flipped

on top of another airplane parked next

to it. Both airplanes sustained consi-

derable damage.

Benson County

7 W Warwick to 23 1358CST 2 50

5 W Warwick 1405CST

Intermittent touchdowns occurred in

open fields along the Benson-Eddy

county line.

Eddy County

13 W Hamar to 23 1358CST 2 50

11 W Hamar 1405CST

Intermittent touchdowns occurred in

open fields along the Benson-Eddy

county line.

Benson County

3 S Tokio 23 1402CST

Benson County

Warwick 23 1415CST

Cavalier County

1 W Calio 23 1415CST

Towner County

6 E Egeland 23 1415CST

Ramsey County

4 E Doyon 23 1420CST

Cavalier County

7 E Vang to 23 1440CST 1 50

8 ENE Vang 1443CST

The tornado tracked from 7 miles east

of Vang to the Pembina county line 1

mile west of Walhalla. No significant

damage was reported along this portion

of the tornado track. This tornado

continued into Pembina county.

Pembina County

1 W Walhalla to 23 1443CST 3 100

l NE Walhalla 1448CST

The tornado originated in Cavalier

county 7 miles east of Vang. Numerous

trees were damaged and several houses

had shingles torn offin Walhalla. The

peak winds were estimated to be about

90 mph.

Nelson County

4 W Pekin 23 1444CST

Cavalier County

3 SE Loma 23 1445CST 0.2 25

1446CST

The tornado briefly touched down in a

field.

Nelson County

Pekin 23 1448CST

Dime to quarter-sized hail was

reported.

Walsh County

3 W Pisek 23 1455CST

Grand Forks County

3 NNE lnkster 23 1500CST

An NDAWN sensor measured a 58 mph wind

gust.

Pembina County

Hamilton 23 1500CST

Large trees and power lines were blown

down.

Walsh County

7 W Forest River 23 1500CST

An NDAWN sensor measured a 58 mph wind

gust.

Walsh County

Pisek 23 1500CST

Six trees were snapped off or uprooted.

Many large branches were broken off

trees. Power lines were down all over

town. Shingles were torn off the fire

hall and metal siding was torn off a

church.

Pembina County

Hamilton 23 1501CST

Cavalier County

9 E Osnabrock 23 1505CST

Griggs County

9 NNE Jessie 23 1508CST

Nelson County

6 S Mc Ville 23 1508CST

Walsh County

Park River 23 1510CST

Trees and power lines were blown down.

Walsh County

7 NNW Grafton to 23 1514CST 2 100

3 NW Auburn 1520CST

Trees in shelterbelts were snapped off

at ground level. estimated at 80 mph.

The tornado continued into Peak wind

speeds were Pembina county

Griggs County

5 W Cooperstown 23 1515CST

Ramsey County

4 E Doyon 23 1515CST

Walsh County

Nash 23 1515CST

Large branches were torn off several

trees. Metal siding was also torn off a

grain elevator.

Griggs County

4 ENE Jessie 23 1518CST

Pembina County

3 E Mountain to 23 1518CST 2 50

5 E Mountain 1525CST

Intermittent touchdowns occurred along

the damage path. The only damage

reported was to trees in shelterbelts.

Pembina County

5 SSW St Thomas to 23 1520CST 0.5 100

4.5 SSW St Thomas 1522CST

The tornado originated 7 miles north-

northwest of Grafton in Walsh county.

Trees in shelterbelts were snapped off

at ground level. Peak winds were

estimated at 80 mph.

Steele County

1 SW Finley 23 1535CST

Pembina County

Joliette 23 1545CST

Steele County

6 E Finley 23 1553CST

Grand Forks County

Thompson 23 1610CST

Grand Forks County

5 WSW Thompson 23 1610CST

Several large trees were uprooted.

Grand Forks County

2 ENE Thompson 23 1615CST

A semi was blown off Interstate 29 and

into the median, one mile north of the

Thompson exit. The driver was not

injured.

Grand Forks County

Thompson 23 1615CST

A tree was blown down in Thompson.

Pembina County

Cavalier 23 1615CST

2100CST

Street and basement flooding were

reported along the southern edge of

Cavalier.

Grand Forks County

2 S Grand Forks 23 1620CST

Several large trees were snapped off

about 2 feet above ground level.

Steele County

11 E Sherbrooke 23 1620CST

Traill County

4 WNW Roseville 23 1621CST

Traill County

9 E Hillsboro 23 1700CST

Ransom County

Ft Ransom 26 0800CST

Barnes County

3 SSW Nome 26 0815CST

Sargent County

2 NE Crete 26 1115CST

2200CST

Local fields were flooded and water

covered a farm access road.

Ransom County

4 NE Ft Ransom 26 1130CST

2130CST

Excessive runoff briefly flooded a dry

creek and overtopped a county road

about 2 miles north of Griswold Mine.

Sargent County

4 NW Straubville to 26 1940CST 1 100

4 NNW Straubville 1942CST

Large cottonwood trees were blown down

and irrigation equipment was blown

over. Strong winds quickly changed from

southeast to northwest, kicking up mud.

Peak winds were estimated at 105 mph.

Sargent County

Gwinner 26 2025CST

Sargent County

Gwinner 26 2035CST

A Davis weather sensor reported an 81

mph wind gust before power was lost.

Ransom County

14 SE Lisbon 26 2055CST

Ransom County

ll ENE Lisbon 26 2100CST

Several large trees were blown down in

a shelterbelt.

Benson County

Minnewaukan 26 2200CST

27 0600CST

Training bands of heavy rain caused

street flooding and sewer system

backups. Emergency pumping operations

were required, which resulted in raw

sewage being pumped into Devils Lake.

Benson County

6 N Maddock 26 2215CST

Several shingles were torn off a roof

and several trees were blown down.

Sargent County

3 WNW Stirum 26 2215CST

27 0900CST

Water flowed over a county road near

state highway 13. Fields were also

flooded due to about 5 inches of

rain in the past 12 hours.

Benson County

2 NNW St Michael 26 2227CST

A ND DOT RWIS sensor along highway

20 measured the wind gust.

Ramsey County

Camp Grafton 26 2227CST

Strong winds blew down trees and

damaged roofs at Camp Grafton.

Ramsey County

10 W Devils Lake 26 2227CST

50 trees were blown down at the

Graham’s Island State Park, damaging

several cars.

Ramsey County

6 S Devils Lake 26 2227CST

A ND DOT RWIS sensor along highway

20 measured the wind gust.

Benson County

6 N Maddock 26 2230CST

Several trees were blown down.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 26 2230CST

27 0900CST

City streets were flooded.

Ramsey County

4 SW Devils Lake 26 2231CST

About 50 trees were snapped off or

uprooted in the Lakewood Subdivision

playground area. Power lines were

also torn down.

Eddy County

8 S Hamar 26 2255CST

Large branches were blown down and a

few shingles were torn off a barn

roof.

Barnes County

Dazey 26 2300CST

Several 2 foot diameter trees were

blown down. One tree fell on a

truck.

Nelson County

Kloten 26 2300CST

A big tree was blown down and power

was lost.

Griggs County

Binford 26 2311CST

The wind gust was measured by a

Davis wind sensor. Trees fell on

cars and homes. A pole barn on the

east edge of town was demolished.

Griggs County

Hannaford 26 2313CST

Several trees were blown over.

Griggs County

Jessie 26 2315CST

Large evergreens were blown over in

town. Other trees fell on homes and

streets.

Griggs County

Cooperstown 26 2320CST

Many trees were blown down all over

town. Highway 45 was blocked by

fallen trees and tree limbs.

Steele County

2 NW Finley 26 2328CST

The FAA radar station northwest of

Finley recorded a 100 mph wind gust.

Steele County

Sharon 26 2328CST

Trees were blown down.

Steele County

10 E Finley 26 2330CST

Large trees were blown down.

Walsh County

3 NW Fordville 26 2330CST

4 inch diameter tree branches were

blown down.

Nelson County

Kloten 26 2335CST

Trees were blown down.

Ramsey County

1 E Crary 26 2345CST

An NDAWN mesonet sensor reported the

wind gust.

Nelson County

Aneta 27 OOOOCST

Several large 100 year-old trees were

blown down and a quonset was destroyed.

Traill County

Hatton 27 OOOOCST

Trees were blown down.

Grand Forks County

Larimore 27 0010CST

Large trees were blown down by winds

gusts estimated around 100 mph.

Grand Forks County

Northwood 27 0010CST

Numerous trees were blown down.

Grand Forks County

4 SE Larimore 27 0012CST

Numerous trees were blown down in

several miles of shelterbelts across

central and southern Arvilla Township.

Some power lines were also knocked

over.

Traill County

3 S Buxton 27 0012CST

A ND DOT RWIS sensor measured the wind

gust.

Cass County

2 W Grandin 27 0015CST

A Davis wind sensor measured the wind

gust.

Pembina County

Cavalier 27 0015CST

Trees were blown down.

Grand Forks County

Grand Forks 27 0020CST

Trees and branches were blown down

around the city.

Traill County

5 E Buxton 27 0020CST

Walsh County

2 E Warsaw 27 0028CST

Many trees were blown down in shelter

belts west of the Interstate 29 exit.

Sargent County

3 NW Havana 29 0445CST

Sargent County

3 NW Havana 29 0530CST

1342CST

4.5 inches of rain fell in an hour.

Water rose above several county roads.

Sargent County

Havana 29 0530CST

1342CST

Basement flooding was reported in

Havana.

Sargent County

Milnor 29 0530CST

1342CST

Heavy rainfall caused Storm Lake to

rise and threaten the town of Milnor.

Sandbaggers were called out to help

keep the water out, with as many as 30

homes threatened by the rising water.

The Milnor golf course also had

substantial flooding.

Sargent County

Rutland 29 0530CST

1342CST

Basement flooding was reported in

Rutland. Crews had to pump water across

roads that were acting like dikes.

Sargent County

1 W Cayuga 29 0630CST

1342CST

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded. Over 4 inches of rain fell in

an hour.

Sargent County

Cayuga 29 0630CST

1342CST

Basement flooding was reported in

Cayuga.

Richland County

10 SE Lidgerwood 29 0705CST

Richland County

2 E Mooreton 29 0755CST

Eddy County

6 SSE Sheyenne 29 0800CST

1400CST

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded.

Richland County

4 WSW Fairmount 29 0805CST

Richland County

9 S Wahpeton 29 0825CST

Hail covered the ground near the Red

River.

Sargent County

Havana 29 1420CST

Sargent County

Havana 29 1420CST

Large trees were blown down.

Sargent County

Havana to 29 1425CST 8 200

1 S Rutland 1440CST

Numerous trees were blown down or

uprooted along the damage path. A roof

was torn off a pole barn in Havana.

Peak winds were estimated at 120 mph.

Sargent County

4 S Cayuga 29 1430CST

1435CST

Hail from penny to ping pong ball size

fell over Tewaukon Lake.

Richland County

6 SW Lidgerwood 29 1440CST

Richland County

.5 S Mooreton 29 1508CST

A mule barn under construction was

blown down at the Bagg bonanza farm.

Richland County

10 W Wahpeton 29 1510CST

The wind gust was measured by a Davis

weather sensor at the ND DOT weigh

station.

Richland County

4 W Colfax 29 1530CST

A wall cloud with pendant funnel was

reported.

Richland County

Fairmount 29 1535CST

Large tree branches were blown down

along with some power lines.

Richland County

4 NNW Walcott to 29 1540CST 1 50

5 N Walcott 1543CST

A tornado and rising dust plume were

seen, but no damage was reported. The

tornado continued into Cass county.

Cass County

2 ESE Kindred to 29 1543CST 1 50

4 E Kindred 1546CST

This tornado originated 4 miles north-

northwest of Walcott in Richland

county. A tornado and rising dust plume

were seen, but no damage was reported.

Richland County

Wahpeton 29 1545CST

2008CST

2.44 inches of rain fell in one hour,

causing major street flooding.

Conditions were the worst again along

fifth street south, where cars were

stalled in the high water.

Ransom County

5 S Me Leod 29 1600CST

2008CST

Water covered a road.

Benson County

Maddock 29 1620CST

30 0700CST

Heavy rainfall inundated several roads.

Raw sewage had to be pumped into

ditches to prevent backup in homes.

Benson County

Esmond 29 1630CST

30 0700CST

Several streets were flooded in Esmond.

A basement was flooded and a basement

wall collapsed. Around 4 inches of rain

was reported.

Richland County

2 SW Great Bend 29 1800CST

2008CST

Interstate 29 was reduced to one lane

of traffic because of water on the

road.

Richland County

2 SW Wyndmere 29 1800CST

2008CST

A bridge was closed due to flash

flooding.

Richland County

Wyndmere 29 1800CST

2008CST

Basement flooding and sewer backup were

reported.

NDZ052 Sargent

29 1343CST

30 2359CST

Roads and streets were flooded in

Havana, Rutland, and Milnor. Basement

flooding and sandbagging occurred in

Milnor, where twelve mobile homes and

nine homes sustained significant

damage. Heavy amounts of rain fell

numerous times throughout the month of

June. For the month, National Weather

Service cooperative observers reported

12.43 inches of rain at Havana, 11.44

inches of rain at Forman, and 7.58

inches of rain at Cayuga. Unofficial

reports of 16 to 20 inches of rain were

also received. An estimated 30 to 40

percent of crops in the county were

drowned out.

NDZ015 Ramsey

29 1645CST

30 2359CST

Excessive runoff flooded fields and

roads in the Hampden area.

NDZ049-053 Ransom–Richland

29 2009CST

30 2359CST

In Richland county, flooding caused

around 60 percent losses to hay and

pasture land. Around 35,000 acres did

not get planted and around 230,000

acres were damaged by flooding. Area

fields and roads were flooded around

Fairmount. In Ransom county, excessive

runoff continued to flood fields and

roads south of McLeod. Well-above

normal amounts of rain fell during the

month of June. For the month, National

Weather Service cooperative observers

reported 11.83 inches of rain at

McLeod, 11.26 inches of rain at

Lidgerwood, and 9.10 inches of rain at

Lisbon. Additional NDAWN mesonet

reports included 11.05 inches near

Wyndmere and 6.81 inches near Wahpeton.

Unofficial amounts of 16 to 20 inches

of rain were also received.

NDZ053 Richland

30 1500CST

2359CST

Rainfall toward the end of June pushed

the Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

back above its moderate flood stage of

12 feet. The crest for this event

didn’t occur until early July.

NDZ053 Richland

30 2000CST 0

2359CST

Persistent rainfall caused 3 crests

along the Wild Rice River at

Abercrombie during the month of June.

The first crest, which occurred around

noon CDT on June 9th, stayed about 2

feet under flood stage. As the Wild

Rice River started to fall after this

first crest, more rain fell across the

basin and the river started rising once

again. This time, the Wild Rice River

peaked (around 1 am CDT on June 17th)

just over its flood stage of 10 feet.

Again, the river started falling, but

levelled off just under flood stage.

More rain fell across the basin toward

the end of the month, pushing the river

up toward its third crest. The actual

third crest did not occur until early

July 2005. However, the Wild Rice River

at Abercrombie did rise above its

moderate flood stage late in the day on

June 30th. So much water drained into

Lake Tewaukon that the pool height rose

four feet over full pool (13 feet deep

rather than 9 feet). This caused the

emergency spillway to be topped. The

only other time this had happened since

the late 1980s was during the flood of

1997. Lake Tewaukon normally covers

about 1,100 acres in area. County road

12 was flooded south of Cayuga by the

Wild Rice River. Great Bend had to

build dikes and sandbag to protect

against the rising Wild Rice River.

OHIO, East

Jefferson County

Brilliant to 06 0815EST

Mingo Jet

Trees and power lines blown down,

interrupting electricity for 50

customers, especially on Township Rd

162.

Columbiana County

8 W Calcutta 10 1630EST

Large trees down.

Muskingum County

Frayszeburg 10 1735EST

Large trees down.

Coshocton County

West Lafayette to 14 1509EST

Coshocton 1515EST

Muskingum County

North Zanesville 14 1521EST

Tuscarawas County

New Philadelphia 14 1530EST

Trees and power lines down.

Guernsey County

Cambridge 14 1545EST

Noble County

Belle Vly 14 1605EST

Trees down on County Rd 20.

Monroe County

Lewisville 14 1609EST

Trees down.

Belmont County

3 SE Barnesville 14 1620EST

Power lines blown down onto car. Five

people trapped and rescued.

Carroll County

Amsterdam to 14 1630EST

Kilgore

75 to 150 trees were blown down in a

4-mile stretch in Loudon Twp, on roads

Poppy, Post, Province, Germano,

Raindrop, and Amsterdam. A roof was

ripped off a mobile home on Post Rd. A

few barns were damaged.

Harrison County

Cadiz to 14 1630EST

Jewett

Trees down onto Rte 9.

Belmont County

Powhatan Pt to 14 1630EST

Shadyside

Trees and power lines down.

Jefferson County

4 NW East Springfield 14 1635EST

Trees down.

Jefferson County

Richmond 14 1649EST

Trees blown down by 60 mph wind gust.

1800 customers lost electric power in

Jefferson Co.

Belmont County

Bethesda 14 1650EST

62 mph wind gust.

Columbiana County

Lisbon 28 1441EST

Trees and power lines down, on Rte 164,

just south of Lisbon.

Columbiana County

2 N Lisbon 28 1445EST

Jefferson County

15 W Emerson 28 1510EST

Trees and power lines down along Rte

213 in Allencreek Twp.

Muskingum County

3.5 WSW Hopewell 30 1405EST

Several trees down near Gratiot.

Coshocton County

New Castle to 30 1415EST

West Lafayette

Several trees down.

Muskingum County

Sonora 30 1425EST

Few trees down.

Jefferson County

Wintersville 30 1430EST

One tree down.

Tuscarawas County

Newport 30 1455EST

A few trees down.

Columbiana County

Rogers 30 1550EST

Tree down on Rte 558.

Jefferson County

Brilliant 30 1550EST

Trees and power lines down.

OHIO, North

Lucas County

Whitehouse to 05 1845EST

Toledo 1930EST

Winds were estimated at nearly 60 mph

in western part of the county. A tree

was reported down in Perrysburg and a

twelve inch tree limb was down in

Toledo. In Waterville, a tree was

reported down due to thunderstorm

winds.

Seneca County

Attica 05 1845EST

Thunderstorm winds were estimated at 58

mph.

Seneca County

Attica 05 1850EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Wood County

Countywide 05 1905EST

1915EST

A trained spotter estimated winds

around 70 mph. Numerous trees, large

limbs, and powers lines came down as a

result of the high winds across the

county. A tree was reported to have

fallen on a car causing damage. At a

high school, a set of stadium lights

were knocked down due to the high

winds.

Hancock County

Countywide 05 1919EST

Winds around 60 mph were reported in

Findley as thunderstorms moved through

the county. Numtrees, large limbs, and

power lines were down across the county

from Arcadia south to Vanlue.

Ottawa County

2 NE Oak Harbor to 05 1925EST

Oak Harbor

Observed winds by a trained spotter

were estimated at 58 mph.

Sandusky County

Countywide 05 1926EST

1933EST

Observed winds by a trained spotter

were estimated at 60 mph. Strong winds

damaged a roof of a house inches in

diameter. Numerous other trees were

downed across the county along with

power lines. In Woodville, two tree

limbs between 12 and 18 inches in

diameter were taken down as the storms

passed through the county.

Marion County

Marion 05 1954EST

2023EST

Numerous trees and power lines reported

down around Marion.

Wyandot County

Sycamore 05 2000EST

Several trees and power poles knocked

down.

Erie County

Bay View 05 2002EST

A few large limbs reported down.

Richland County

Shiloh 05 2013EST

Observed winds by a trained spotter

were estimated at 60 mph.

Crawford County

Bucyrus 05 2015EST

A few large limbs reported down.

Huron County

Monroeville 05 2020EST

A roof was blown off a barn.

Huron County

Hartland 05 2024EST

Numerous trees and power lines downed

by strong winds.

Ashland County

Hayesville 05 2053EST

A few large limbs reported down.

Richland County

5 SE Mansfield 05 2055EST

A large tree and a few large limbs were

reported down.

Knox County

Fredericktown to 05 2100EST

Mt Liberty 2110EST

One tree was reported down in Frederick

town, and a few large limbs were

reported down in Mt. Liberty.

Wayne County

Wooster 05 2105EST

Numerous large limbs down along with

power lines.

Medina County

Lodi 05 2119EST

A few large limbs reported down.

Cuyahoga County

Parma 05 2120EST

A few large limbs reported down.

Sandusky County

Fremont to 08 1750EST

Clyde 1800EST

Thunderstorm winds downed several large

tree limbs in Fremont and one tree in

Clyde. A barn was heavily damaged to

the south of Fremont.

Ottawa County

Port Clinton 08 1752EST

Thunderstorm winds downed a few trees

near Port Clinton.

Lorain County

Oberlin 09 1800EST

Hail quarter to half dollar size was

observed. A few vehicles sustained

minor damage.

Lucas County

Pt Place 09 2055EST

Thunderstorm winds downed a few large

tree limbs.

Sandusky County

10 E Lindsey 09 2310EST

Several trees and large limbs reported

down from thunderstorm winds.

Lake County

Mentor 10 1427EST

A few large limbs along with a tree

were reported down from thunderstorm

winds.

Huron County

Clarksfield to 10 1430EST

Hartland 1435EST

A tree was reported down in

Clarksfield, and a sign blown over in

Hartland from thunderstorm winds.

Stark County

North Canton 10 1450EST

A few large limbs downed from

thunderstorm winds.

Lorain County

Elyria 10 1515EST

Half dollar size hail was observed.

Other trained spotters in the area also

reported hail which ranged from penny

to quarter size at that same time.

Knox County

Fredericktown 10 1530EST

Several trees reported down from

thunderstorm winds.

Holmes County

Killbuck 10 1540EST

Several trees downed from thunderstorm

winds.

Marion County

Northwest Portion 10 1540EST

1730EST

Thunderstorms dumped locally heavy

rains on the northwestern corner of

Marion County. Storm total radar

estimates from that part of the county

were 3 to 6 inches. Flooding occurred

in many low lying areas with several

roads closed at times. Most of this

flooding was near Meeker and Lame. Both

State Route 309 and 37 were flooded by

several inches of water and had to be

briefly closed.

Holmes County

Killbuck 10 1600EST

1700EST

Thunderstorms dumped locally heavy rain

on portions of Holmes County. Automated

rain gages measured 1.18 inches in

Stillwell and 1.23 inches of rain at

Millersburg during a three hour period.

Some flooding was reported along State

Route 60 near Killbuck.

Knox County

North Portion 10 1615EST

1830EST

Thunderstorms dumped torrential rains

on the northern portion of Knox County.

A spotter east of Fredericktown

measured 5.25 inches of rainfall

between 2 and 6 p.m. Widespread lowland

flooding occurred across northern Knox

County. Several roads were washed out

in the Fredericktown and Knox Lake

areas. Flood waters were several feet

deep on some roads. Extensive basement

flooding was also reported.

Huron County

New London 14 1300EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Lorain County

Oberlin to 14 1315EST

South Amherst 1345EST

Nickel size hail was observed. Several

other reports from the county also

contained observations of penny size

hail.

Hancock County

Findlay to 14 1405EST

1 W Van Buren

Numerous trees and power poles were

blown down. A semi truck was also blown

over from thunderstorm winds.

Richland County

Mansfield to 14 1421EST

Lexington 1424EST

Nickel size hail was observed.

Ottawa County

Genoa to 14 1439EST

Martin 1445EST

Numerous trees, power lines, and power

poles downed from thunderstorm winds.

One tree was reported to have fallen on

a house. Two semi trucks were also

blown over.

Sandusky County

Woodville 14 1443EST

A few large limbs down.

Wayne County

Doylestown 14 1445EST

A few large limbs were reported down

from thunderstorm winds.

Geauga County

Middlefield 14 1446EST

Nickel size hail was observed.

Ashland County

Nova 14 1451EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Summit County

Greensburg 14 1507EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Stark County

Uniontown 14 1513EST

Quarter size hail was observed.

Summit County

Portage Lakes 14 1520EST

Quarter size hail was observed.

Portage County

Randolph 14 1538EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Portage County

Randolph 14 1538EST

Winds observed by a trained spotter

were estimated at 60 mph. There was

also a report from law enforcement that

two trees were downed from thunderstorm

winds.

Ashtabula County

1 NE Richmond Cente 14 1545EST

Two trees downed due to thunderstorm

winds.

Trumbull County

Youngstown Muni Arpt 14 1611EST

Winds at Youngstown Warren Regional

Airport were measured at 58 mph. Also,

across southern portions of the county,

trained spotters reported numerous

large limbs down.

Stark County

Massillon to 25 1440EST

Canton 1540EST

Thunderstorms dumped between one and

two inches of rain on portions of Stark

County in a very short period of time.

1.93 inches of rain was measured by an

automated gage near Genoa in about 90

minutes. Widespread urban and lowland

flooding occurred between Massilon and

Canton. Water on some roadways was as

much as two feet deep.

Ashland County

Mifflin 25 1620EST

Quarter size hail was observed near

Mifflin.

Morrow County

Iberia 25 1900EST

Thunderstorm winds downed one tree and

several

Crawford County

4 N Galion 28 1350EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Stark County

Canton to 28 1350EST

Louisville 1404EST

Quarter size hail was observed on the

south side of Canton. A trained spotter

had reported that the hail had

accumulated on the ground to nearly an

inch before tapering off. Other trained

spotters had reported observing hail

varying from penny to quarter size from

Canton to Louisville.

Stark County

Canton 28 1400EST

A power company had reported several

power poles down in the Canton area.

Numerous large limbs were also reported

downed from thunderstorm winds.

Mahoning County

North Benton 28 1430EST

Nickel size hail was observed.

Ashland County

Hayesville to 28 1515EST

Jeromesville 1520EST

Several trees were reported downed as

severe thunderstorms moved east through

central portions of the county.

Richland County

Bellville 28 1515EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Wayne County

West Salem 28 1530EST

One tree and several large limbs downed

from thunderstorm winds.

Medina County

5 S Medina 28 1545EST

Several trees and large limbs down from

thunderstorm winds.

Ashtabula County

New Lyme to 28 1700EST

Rome 1754EST

Lightning struck an oil well storage

tank in New Lyme Township around 6 p.m.

A second oil well was struck by

lightning at 6:54 p.m. in Rome

Township. Fires resulted from both of

these strikes. Oil was spilled at both

sites and cleanup crews had to be

dispatched to contain the spills.

Cuyahoga County

Broadview Hgts 28 1735EST

1845EST

Thunderstorms dumped two to three

inches of rain on Broadview Heights in

less than 90 minutes. An off duty NWS

employee measured 2.24 inches by 7:30

p.m. Extensive lowland and urban

flooding occurred in Broadview Heights.

Several roads had to be closed because

of flood waters up 2 feet deep.

Ashtabula County

South Portion 28 1830EST

2000EST

Thunderstorms dumped locally heavy

rains on the southern portion of

Ashtabula County. An estimated three

inches of rain fell in the Andover

area. Extensive flooding occurred in

Andover with several streets, including

U.S. Highway 6 briefly closed. Flood

waters greater than 6 inches deep were

also reported in Orwell.

Crawford County

Chatfield 29 1420EST

A few large limbs down.

Cuyahoga County

Brecksville 29 1425EST

Several trees downed due to

thunderstorm winds.

Wayne County

Wooster 29 1740EST

Several trees downed due to

thunderstorm winds.

Ottawa County

3 E Oak Harbor 29 1745EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Stark County

5 N Massillon 29 1800EST

A few large limbs down.

Mahoning County

Youngstown 29 1910EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Lucas County

Countywide 30 1100EST

1125EST

Numerous large limbs reported down

across the county.

Hancock County

4 SW Rawson 30 1103EST

A few large limbs reported down.

Wood County

Bowling Green 30 1115EST

A few trees were reported down.

Ottawa County

Martin to 30 1135EST

Port Clinton 1153EST

A tree and a few large limbs reported

down.

Sandusky County

5 SE Woodville 30 1145EST

A few trees reported down from severe

thunderstorm winds.

Seneca County

7 E Fostoria 30 1145EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Wyandot County

Wharton 30 1153EST

A few large limbs were reported down.

Sandusky County

Green Spgs 30 1158EST

Many large limbs reported down.

Seneca County

Green Spgs 30 1158EST

Many large limbs reported down.

Erie County

Avery to 30 1200EST

Vermilion 1233EST

A 60 mph wind gust was estimated by law

enforcement Avery. As the storm

progressed east, a 62 mph wind gust was

measured in Vermillion by a trained

spotter.

Huron County

Norwalk 30 1225EST

A trained spotter estimated winds at 60

mph, with several trees and powers

lines down.

Marion County

Marion 30 1225EST

Numerous trees and large limbs were

reported down from thunderstorm winds.

Also, railroad gate crossing bars were

broken due to severe thunderstorm

winds.

Lorain County

Avon 30 1248EST

A measured 63 mph wind gust was

reported by local law enforcement.

Morrow County

5 E Iberia 30 1250EST

Several trees and large limbs were

reported down.

Cuyahoga County

Warrensville Hgts 30 1320EST

Several trees reported down from

thunderstorm winds.

Medina County

Medina 30 1320EST

A few trees were reported down from

severe thunderstorm winds.

Ashland County

2 S Perrysville 30 1330EST

A few large limbs were reported down.

Richland County

Olivesburg 30 1330EST

Winds were estimated by a trained

spotter at 60 mph.

Knox County

Countywide 30 1335EST

1400EST

Several trees were reported down across

the county.

Wayne County

Wooster 30 1335EST

Several trees were reported down.

Cuyahoga County

Bedford 30 1340EST

Several trees and power lines down

reported from thunderstorm winds.

Summit County

Greensburg 30 1345EST

A few trees were reported down, which

also took down power lines in the area.

Ashtabula County

Austinburg 30 1410EST

Several large limbs and power lines

downed from severe thunderstorm winds.

Portage County

Atwater 30 1435EST

Two trees were reported down.

Trumbull County

North Bloomfield 30 1440EST

A few large limbs were reported down.

Mahoning County

Struthers 30 1521EST

Penny size hail was observed.

Lucas County

Berkey 30 2010EST

A 73 mph wind gust was measured, which

snapped a 20 foot tall lightpost in

half and knocked down a windmill. A

paddle boat was lifted out of the water

and numerous trees and power lines were

downed. Nickel size hail was also

reported with this storm.

Hancock County

4 SW Rawson 30 2020EST

Numerous large limbs and radio antennas

blown down from severe thunderstorm

winds.

OHIO, Northwest

Van Wert County

Convoy to 05 1800EST

1 S Scott 1814EST

Spotters reported sustained winds of 50

mph with gusts to 60 mph in the Convoy

area, with the winds increasing to 70

mph as the storm passed south of Scott.

Williams County

West Unity 05 1800EST

Large tree down across the road in West

Unity.

Defiance County

Defiance 05 1811EST

Trees and power lines were reported

down.

Putnam County

Continental 05 1818EST

A barn was blown down in the area. A RV

was rolled over on a nearby road. The

driver suffered minor injuries to a

foot as a result of the upset.

Paulding County

Paulding 05 1820EST

Power lines were reported down in

Paulding.

Fulton County

7 SE Wauseon 05 1835EST

Trees and power lines reported down

southwest of Wauseon.

Henry County

Liberty Center 05 1840EST

A estimated wind gust to 60 mph was

reported by spotters.

Allen County

Lafayette 05 1915EST

A few trees were reported down near

Lafayette.

Putnam County

2.5 E Ottawa 08 1703EST

Pictures and eyewitness reports

confirmed a large dust devil developed

on a clear and sunny day. This dust

devil extended over 100 feet into the

air as was easily visible. Local law

enforcement officials did track the

feature, with no damage being reported.

Williams County

2 SW Alvordton 28 0557EST

A tree as well as some power lines were

reported down across a road near

Kinkle.

Defiance County

Hicksville 30 1847EST

Deflance County

12 E Hicksville 30 1924EST

Three trees were blown down.

OHIO, Southeast

Athens County

Nelsonville 14 1440EST

Trees and large branches were knocked

down. One tree fell across a house.

Vinton County

Orland 14 1440EST

Trees fell along Route 56.

Athens County

Chauncey 14 1444EST

Large branches were blown down.

Athens County

Athens 14 1446EST

A gust to 62 mph was measured at Ohio

University.

Jackson County

Wellston 14 1450EST

Several trees were blown down. A mobile

home was damaged.

Morgan County

Malta to 14 1515EST

Mc Connelsville

Large branches were blown down causing

power outages.

Washington County

Waterford 14 1520EST

Washington County

Lowell 14 1537EST

Washington County

Reno 14 1550EST

Large branches fell across Route 7.

Lawrence County

Coal Grove 14 1652EST

Trees fell across roads.

Lawrence County

Burlington 14 1710EST

Trees were blown down across roads.

OHIO, Southwest

Logan County

Middleburg 05 0400EST

0404EST

One tree and a couple large limbs were

downed.

Mercer County

3 E Celina 05 1815EST

1818EST

A wall was knocked down at a Bob Evans

restaurant under construction. The

construction site is located at the

intersection of State Route 29 and

Havemann Road.

Darke County

3 W New Weston 05 1830EST

1834EST

Mercer County

Celina 05 1830EST

1834EST

Winds were estimated near 60 mph with

large limbs downed.

Darke County

Yorkshire 05 1914EST

1917EST

Auglaize County

St Marys 05 1915EST

1919EST

Numerous trees were downed across the

western part of the county.

Shelby County

Ft Loramie 05 1920EST

1924EST

Hardin County

Kenton 05 1940EST

1944EST

Several large limbs were knocked down.

Clark County

2 E Springfield 05 2020EST

2024EST

Power poles were downed.

Montgomery County

Kettering 05 2122EST

2125EST

Greene County

Beavercreek 05 2130EST

2133EST

Champaign County

6 N Urbana 06 0325EST

0329EST

OHZ054>055-065 Madison–Franklin–Fairfield

08 1520EST

1730EST

Scattered thunderstorms producing

localized flooding across portions of

central Ohio. The storms produced

between two and three inches of rain

from central Madison county, east

across the Columbus metro area. Several

roads were flooded across the southern

Columbus suburbs between Grove City and

Pickerington.

OHZ026-044-055-065 Hardin–Logan–Franklin–Fairfield

10 1509EST

2030EST

Widely scattered thunderstorms dumped

up to two inches of rain in portions of

west central and central Ohio. Several

roads were flooded and impassible in

the Columbus metro area east into

northern Fairfield county. Water up to

four inches in depth entered the first

floor of a fire station in Kenton.

Fairfield County

6 NE Baltimore 10 1853EST

1857EST

Four trees were knocked down.

Montgomery County

Germantown to 12 2145EST

Dayton 2200EST

Two trees were downed.

Hamilton County

Newtown to 14 1330EST

Mt Washington 1338EST

Trees were downed.

Highland County

Mowrystown to 14 1330EST

8 E Hillsboro 1345EST

Trees were knocked down.

Clermont County

Nicholsville 14 1338EST

1342EST

Ross County

Chillicothe 14 1339EST

1342EST

Trees were knocked down.

Clermont County

5 W Batavia 14 1340EST

1344EST

Several trees were knocked down around

Eastgate.

Pike County

6 W Latham 14 1345EST

1349EST

A few trees were downed.

Brown County

5 NW Georgetown 14 1350EST

1355EST

A barn sustained structural damage

along Smokey Row Road. A nearby

workshed had its roof peeled off.

Several trees were also downed across

the area.

Ross County

Londonderry 14 1357EST

1401EST

OHZ073-077>078 Ross–Hamilton–Clermont

14 1400EST

1630EST

Thunderstorms produced some flooding of

roads across portions of southwest and

southern Ohio during the afternoon.

Pike County

Countywide 14 1400EST

1415EST

Numerous trees were knocked down,

especially east of US Route 23.

Adams County

Seaman to 14 1404EST

Peebles 1414EST

A mobile home lost its roof to the

thunderstorm winds. A couple of trees

were also knocked down.

Hocking County

Starr 14 1440EST

1444EST

A few trees were knocked down along

State Routes 56 and 328 in the southern

part of the county.

Adams County

Manchester to 14 1508EST

5 S West Union 1516EST

Several trees were downed.

Scioto County

3 W West Portsmouth 14 1520EST

1523EST

Trees and powerlines were downed.

Scioto Counly

Portsmouth 14 1535EST

1539EST

A couple of trees were knocked down.

Darke County

New Madison 25 1608EST

1612EST

OHZ042-061 Darke–Montgomery

25 1630EST

1930EST

Isolated thunderstorms affected

portions of the Miami Valley during the

late afternoon and early evening.

Locally heavy rain caused flooding of

roads across the eastern portion of the

Dayton metro area, and over southern

Darke county.

Montgomery County

Kettering 25 1715EST

1720EST

Numerous trees were also downed along

Stroop Road.

Hardin County

6 E Kenton 25 1910EST

An Amish boy was killed when lightning

struck the tree he was leaning against.

He had taken shelter under the tree

from the thunderstorm. M15UT

Clinton County

Midland 27 1824EST

1828EST

A silo was blown down.

Butler County

Hamilton 27 1845EST

1848EST

A few trees were downed on the west

side of town.

Warren County

2 SE Lebanon 27 1937EST

1940EST

Several trees and large limbs were

downed along Cook Road. Patio furniture

was displaced from a residence in the

Lakeshore Landing neighborhood off of

Cook Road.

Warren County

4 N Lebanon 27 1947EST

1951EST

Trees were knocked down.

Darke County

New Madison 28 0603EST

0607EST

Madison County

3 E London to 28 1230EST

West Jefferson 1236EST

Several trees and large limbs were

downed.

Franklin County

2 W Upper Arlington 28 1250EST

1254EST

Greene County

Xenia 28 1345EST

1348EST

Trees were knocked down.

Licking County

Newark 28 1355EST

1359EST

A 30-foot by 30-foot section of a roof

was ripped off of a building on the

southeast side of town. A construction

trailer was turned on its side, and a

steel overhang was pulled off of a

home, causing minor damage to a wall.

Madison County

3 W Mt Sterling 28 1359EST

1404EST

Warren County

4 E Waynesville 28 1400EST

1404EST

Two trees were downed on the west side

of Caesar Creek State Park. Penny size

hail also fell for a short period.

Pickaway County

4 W Orient 28 1420EST

1424EST

Several 20-inch tree limbs were downed

along London Road.

Clark County

South Charleston 28 1435EST

1440EST

OHZ054 Madison

28 1500EST

1700EST

Thunderstorms produced heavy rain

across portions of eastern Madison

county during the afternoon. A barn was

flooded to the south of West Jefferson.

Delaware County

Ostrander 29 1455EST

1459EST

Trees were also downed.

Franklin County

2 NE Grove City 29 1600EST

A man at the Phoenix Golf Links was

struck by lightning and killed. Two

other men in his party were injured by

the lightning strike.

M42GF

Franklin County

Bexley to 29 1620EST

Whitehall 1628EST

Several trees and large limbs were also

knocked down.

Darke County

Greenville 29 1750EST

1754EST

Darke County

3 E Greenville 29 1755EST

Ross County

2 NW Chillicothe 29 1900EST

An inmate in the yard at the Chillico

the Correctional Institute was struck

and killed by lightning. Five others

were injured by the lightning strike.

M400U

Clark County

4 E Enon 30 1130EST

1134EST

Trees were downed near the intersection

of Old Mill and Rocky Point Roads.

Greene County

2 E Fairborn 30 1130EST

1134EST

A few trees were knocked down along

Armstrong Road.

Clark County

Donnelsville 30 1155EST

1159EST

Trees and power poles were knocked

down.

Miami County

Tipp City 30 1200EST

1204EST

One tree and power lines were downed.

Greene County

Beavercreek 30 1210EST

1213EST

Several trees and power lines were

downed.

Franklin County

Grandview Hgts to 30 1230EST

Bexley 1240EST

Trees were downed.

OHZ042-051-051-053- Darke–Miami–Clark–Franklin–Preble–

055-060-062-070>072- Greene–Butler–Warren–Clinton–

077 Hamilton

30 1230EST

2355EST

Scattered thunderstorms affected the

Miami Valley and pportions of southwest

Ohio during the afternoon. One to two

inches of rain fell across this area,

causing several roads to flood.

Additional thunderstorms developed into

a mesoscale convective complex during

the evening and moved southeast across

these same areas. another one to two

inches fell across much of southwest

Ohio, with numerous roads becoming

flooded and impassible. Many streams

and creeks rose out of their banks. A

portion of the roof of the Elder

Beerman Store in the Middletown Mall

collapsed due to the weight of the

water on the roof.

Greene County

Spring Vly 30 1240EST

1244EST

A few trees were knocked down.

Greene County

Jamestown 30 1300EST

1304EST

Trees were downed.

Licking County

Johnstown to 30 1300EST

Homer 1310EST

Trees were downed on Oregon Street in

Johnstown, and near the intersection of

State Route 661 and Homer Road.

Ross County

Massieville 30 1315EST

1319EST

Large limbs were knocked down.

Warren County

Waynesville to 30 1315EST

1 W Morrow 1330EST

Power lines were downed, and a tree

fell on a car in Hamilton Township.

Clinton County

5 SW Wilmington 30 1323EST

The 58 mph measured gust occurred along

State Route 730 near Cowan Lake.

Licking County

Granville 30 1335EST

1339EST

Several large limbs were knocked down.

Warren County

2 NE Springboro 30 1345EST

A man, age unkown, was struck by

lightning at a construction site.

Fairfield County

Baltimore to 30 1350EST

Bremen 1400EST

Trees were downed.

Scioto County

4 N Barden 30 1535EST

1539EST

A fifteen foot shed was blown into a

utility pole.

Hamilton County

North College Hill to 30 1823EST

Hyde Park 1838EST

Numerous trees were downed just to the

north and east of downtown Cincinnati.

Hamilton County

1 E The Vlg Of Indian 30 1915EST

Trees were downed.

Darke County

1 N Palestine 30 1930EST

1934EST

Numerous trees were downed as well.

Darke County

New Madison 30 2000EST

2004EST

Trees and power lines were knocked

down.

Preble County

2 S Eaton 30 2015EST

2019EST

A few large limbs were downed.

Montgomery County

3 S Trotwood 30 2024EST

2028EST

Several six- to eight-inch diameter

trees were downed.

Montgomery County

New Lebanon 30 2029EST

2033EST

Greene County

Beavercreek 30 2036EST

2040EST

Montgomery County

Dayton to 30 2044EST

Centerville 2051EST

Several large trees were downed across

the southern Dayton metro area. An

eight-foot diameter tree fell on a

house.

Butler County

3 NE Oxford 30 2045EST

2049EST

Two trees were downed near the

intersections of Hamilton-Eaton and

Somersville Roads.

Warren County

Springboro to 30 2045EST

Waynesville 2052EST

Trees and power lines were knocked

down.

Clinton County

Wilmington 30 2050EST

2054EST

Several trees were downed.

Number of Estimated

Persons Damage

Location Killed Injured Property Crops

NORTH CAROLINA, Central

Forsyth County

Winston Salem 0 0

Three to four trees were blown down on

Davis Road.

Warren County

Macon 0 0

Large tree limbs were blown down,

covering US Highway 158.

Durham County

1 N Durham 0 0

Penny sized hail reported at the Durham

Correctional Center.

Warren County

Warrenton 0 0

Forsyth County

Winston Salem 0 0

Trees were blown down and an

outbuilding was damaged on Westview

Drive.

Franklin County

Franklinton 0 0

Trees were blown down near US Highway 1

Montgomery County

2 E Mt Gilead 0 0

Trees and power lines were blown down

near NC 731.

Alamance County

Burlington Arpt 0 0

Dime to penny sized hail at Burlington-

Alamance Regional Airport. 48 mph wind

gust also measured, and a 100-year-old

maple tree fell on a home built in the

early 1900s on Kirkpatrick Road in

Burlington.

Alamance County

Graham 0 0

Businesses were flooded in town, along

Highways 87, 54 and 49.

Davidson County

5 N Lexington 0 0

Power lines were blown down.

Wake County

4 N Raleigh 0 0

One and a half feet of water covered

the intersection of Falls of the Neuse

and Spring Forest Roads. The flood

waters floated an SUV.

Wake County

4 N Raleigh 0 0

Quarter sized hail was reported at the

intersection of Sandy Forks and Falls

of the Neuse Roads. Numerous reports of

dime sized hail elsewhere in Raleigh.

Wake County

1 W Morrisville 0 0

Trees were blown down on power lines on

Highway 55 and Carpenter Road.

NORTH CAROLINA, Central

Edgecombe County

5 E Rocky Mt 0 0

Trees were blown down along US Highway

64 Alternate between Rocky Mount and

Kingsboro.

Wake County

Raleigh 0 0

Five power poles were blown down with

the wires still live, trapping thirteen

people in eight different vehicles at

Blue Ridge Road and Wade Avenue.

Chatham County

5 NW Moncure 0 0

Trees were blown down.

Wake County

4 N Raleigh 0 0

Several inches of water covered the

intersection of Falls of the Neuse and

Spring Forest Roads. Flood waters

floated another vehicle, which blocked

the intersection. 1.3 inches of rain

fell in 20 minutes at Edwards Mill Road

and Laurel Drive.

Chatham County

Wilsonville 0 0

Trees were blown down.

Cumberland County

Fayetteville 0 0

About six inches of water covered the

floors of businesses on Franklin Street

after water backed out of a storm

drainage system, covering the street,

flooding buildings and the parking lot

for the Police Department. Cross Creek

overflowed its banks and left mud on

streets, sidewalks, and parking lots.

Twenty streets were closed due to

flooding.

Moore County

5 S Robbins 0 0

Mt. Carmel Road closed due to high

water from creek overflowing its banks.

Anson County

Ansonville 0 0

Penny sized hail reported on US

Highway 52.

Davidson County

5 NE Lexington 0 0

Marble to penny sized hail along US

Highway 29 between Thomasville and

Lexington.

Orange County

Efland 0 0

Trees were blown down.

Stanly County

Cottonville 0 0

Secondary roads and bridges were under

water.

NORTH CAROLINA, Central Coastal

Dare County

Manteo 0 0

Pea to penny sized hail reported.

Dare County

Nags Head 1 0

An Illinois man was drowned in a rip

current on a Nags Head beach. The man

was pulled from the water by

lifeguards, and pronounced dead later

in the afternoon at an area hospital.

M401 W

Carteret County

10 W Atlantic Beach to 0 0 1K

11 W Atlantic Beach

A waterspout moved onshore from the

Atlantic side of Emerald Isle, and

moved west for one mile before

dissipating. A trained spotter reported

shingles and tree limbs down on Lee

Avenue. Tree damage was reported near

the Emerald Isle Police Department.

NORTH CAROLINA, Extreme Southwest

Cherokee County

Murphy 0 0 15K

Numerous trees down countywide.

Reported by the Sheriffs Office.

Cherokee County

Murphy 0 0

Golfball-size hail reported in Murphy,

by the public.

NORTH CAROLINA, North Coastal

NONE REPORTED.

NORTH CAROLINA, Northwest and North Central

Stokes County

Pine Hall 0 0

Rockingham County

7 E Ayersville 0 0

Thunderstorm winds during the evening

of 6th downed trees in Pine Hill in

Stokes county. A thunderstorms during

the evening of the 6th produced penny

sized hail 7 miles east of Ayersville.

Stokes County

Pinnacle 0 0

Stokes County

King 0 0

A severe thunderstorm during the

afternoon of the 7th produced hail up

to quarter sized in Stokes county.

Stokes County

Danbury 0 0

Thunderstorm winds downed trees in the

town of Danbury on the evening of the

21st.

NORTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

NONE REPORTED.

NORTH CAROLINA, Southwest

NCZ082

0 0

After a night of moderate to heavy

rain, flooding developed along some

creeks in the northern part of the

county during the morning. The first

stream that flooded was Goose Creek,

which flooded near the intersection of

highways 601 and 218. Flooding from the

South Fork of Crooked Creek later

threatened a home on station road.

Several roads were closed because of

high water, including Goldmine, Mill

Grove, and Matthew-Weddington roads.

NCZ072

0 0

Flooding first began along several

creeks in the Midland area, including

Clear, Muddy, and Little Meadow, as

well as some small tributaries of the

Rocky River. Later in the morning, the

Rocky River flooded in the northwest

part of the county, near Poplar Tent

Rd. Several roads were closed due to

high water, including Hopewell Church

Rd, where several homes were surrounded

by high water.

Buncombe County

Asheville 0 0

Spotter in the Beaucatcher Mountain

area reported mostly pea size hail,

with a few stones up to nickel size.

Transylvania County

Rosman 0 0

Several trees blown down.

Henderson County

Hendersonville 0 0

Burke County

Chesterfield 0 0

Burke County

Chesterfield 0 0

Polk County

Countywide 0 0

Numerous trees down across the county.

Graham County

Fontana Vlg 0 0

Several trees down around Fontana Lake

and highway 28.

Cabarrus County

8 NE Cabarrus 0 0

A severe thunderstorm produced extreme-

ly heavy rainfall across northern por-

tions of Cabarrus County. A spotter

reported several roads under as much as

a foot of water, including portions of

Sisk-Carter Rd and Shuping Mill Rd.

Rowan County

Granite Quarry to 0 0

Salisbury

Several trees and power lines blown

down in the Granite Quarry area. Part

of a large tree snapped and another

tree blown over in Salisbury.

Cabarrus County

4 ESE Kannapolis 0 0

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte 0 0 10K

A tributary of Little Sugar Creek

flooded Bradbury and Montford drives in

south Charlotte. Two vehicles were

trapped in flood water, and their

drivers had to be rescued. Several

homes were threatened for a while, and

at least 1 home had water up to the top

of the front porch.

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte 0 0 25K

Lightning ignited fires at 2 homes.

Caldwell County

Lenoir 0 0 15K

Severe urban flooding in Lenoir, with

cars stalled out on highway 18, Creek-

way Dr, and Morganton Bvd. Several

small creeks also flooded in the

vicinity of town. Water entered the

basements of several homes and busi-

nesses, including the Emergency

Services building.

NCZ034

0 0

Several mudslides around the city

accompanied a flash flood. One mudslide

took down a utility pole and destroyed

part of a parking lot. Another col-

lapsed a retaining wall, which in turn

damaged a sewer line.

Caldwell County

Lenoir 0 0

For the second consecutive evening,

severe urban flooding developed in

Lenoir and small streams flooded around

town. Several roads were closed

throughout the city.

Caldwell County

5 ENE Lenoir 0 0

Several trees blown down. Report of

funnel in the same area.

Swain County

10 SW Bryson City 0 0 20K

A very small, but persistent rain

shower produced 5 inches of rain in 2

hours, resulting in flash flooding in a

small area in the Wesser community.

Wesser Creek flooded near its con-

fluence with the Nantahala River, co-

vering several roads with water. Water

entered several homes in this area as

well.

Gaston County

Gastonia 0 0

A creek overflowed its banks, flooding

part of Franklin Bvd.

Cabarrus County

5 SW Kannapolis 0 0

Flooding of Poplar Tent and Odell

Schools roads west and southwest of

Kannapolis.

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte 0 0

A small creek overflowed its banks near

Statevitle Ave, with water surrounding

a home. At least one road was covered

with water.

Rowan County

6 SSW Salisbury 0 0

Webb Road flooded in the vicinity of

Glover Rd and Mt Hope Church Rd. Report

of 10 to 12 inches of water covering

Old Concord Rd in this same area.

Haywood County

Waynesville 0 0

Richland Creek flooded Riverbend Rd.

NCZ059-063

0 0

NCZ062

0 0

Flooding developed on the Cullasaja

River and some of its tributaries bet-

ween the communities of Cullasaja and

Highlands, closing several roads and

forcing the evacuation of a campground.

The rising fiver washed out a new sewer

line near Wells Grove Rd. Flooded tri-

butaries included Nickajack Creek and

Turtle Pond Creek, which forced evacua-

tion of at least 1 residence. Closed

roads included Turtle Pond Creek and

River Roads. A 2-day rainfall total of

7.9 inches was reported at Scaly

Mountain.

NCZ064

0 0

Flooding developed first along the

Davidson River in Pisgah National

Forest, tbrcing a road closure. A sec-

tion of highway 64 was closed near

Sapphire. Other road closures included

Richland Creek Rd in Lake Toxaway.

Haywood County

Canton 0 0

Haywood County

Waynesville 0 0

Haywood County

14 NNE Waynesville 0 0

Hail up to the size of nickels piled up

along the side of the road in the Fines

Creek area.

Macon County

Highlands 0 0

Street flooding in Highlands, at least

part of the flooding was due to Mill

Creek overflowing its banks.

Mecklenburg County

10 NW Charlotte 0 0

A couple trees down in the Lake Norman

area.

Mecklenburg County

l0 NW Charlotte 0 0

Gaston County

Belmont to 0 0

Mt Holly

Hail of unknown size at the intersec-

tion of I-85 and highway 273 and along

highway 74 at the Catawba River in the

Belmont area. Pea to nickel size hail

in Mt Holly.

Gaston County

Belmont to 0 0

Mt Holly

3 inch diamter limbs down.

Mecklenburg County

11 SW Charlotte 0 0

A couple trees down in the Carowinds

area.

Lincoln County

l WSW Lineolnton to 0 0

4 W Lineolnton

Nickel to quarter sized hail at the

intersection of highways 182 and 27.

Caldwell County

Granite Falls 0 0

Catawba County

Longview 0 0

Dime hail at the intersection of 23rd

St and highway 70.

Burke County

Pleasant Grove Brke 0 0

Numerous trees blown down across the

entire county, with most trees down in

Pleasant Grove.

Burke County

Valdese 0 0

A small pond overflowed near Valdese,

flooding part of highway 10. This

typically happens during heavy rain.

Rutherford County

5 N Forest City 0 0 10K

Trees down near Forest City, some on

roads and houses, and power lines down

on highway 221 south of Rutherfordton.

Rutherford County

5 N Forest City 0 0

Jackson County

Cullowhee 0 0

Jackson County

Cullowhee 0 0

Flooding of creeks with water beginning

to threaten trailer parks.

Madison County

Marshall 0 0

Creeks came out of their banks around

Marshall. Water covered portions of

highway 213 at the junction of highways

25 and 70. Rollins Rd was also covered

with water.

Transylvania County

4 E Brevard 0 0

Reported at Pisgah Forest.

Transylvania County

7 NE Brevard 0 0

Henderson County

10 NW Hendersonville 0 0

Transylvania County

6 ENE Brevard 0 0 5K

Mainly pea size hail fell for about 30

minutes and accumulated to a depth of 3

incehs in the Penrose area. The hail

was still on the ground the next day.

County reported damage to apple crops.

There was a rumor of golfball size hail

in this area as well, but this could

not be confirmed.

Macon County

Highlands 0 0 10K

Lightning hit a gas line on Flat

Mountain Rd, which caused a nereby

house to catch fire.

Jackson County

13 SSE Sylva 0 0 5K

Lightning sparked a fire out an out-

building on Cowee Ridge. The structure

was destroyed.

Henderson County

Hendersonville 0 0 20K

Lightning ignited a house fire near the

Laurel Park Shopping center. The fire

destroyed much of the roof.

Henderson County

Countywide 0 0 60K

Flooding began around Hendersonville,

where portions of highway 25 were under

water. Highway 64 was covered with

water near Endeyville. Numerous other

roads flooded across the county, some

due to poor drainage, others due to

flooding streams, which included Mud

Creek and Clear Creek. At least 16

roads were closed across the county

during the event. By around sunrise,

flooding was quite severe, as 6 moto-

rists required rescue from submerged

vehicles. A lake overflowed at Camp

Judea near Edneyville, damaging several

vehicles and cabins, and necessitating

evacuation of 175 campers.

Polk County

3 W Tryon 0 0

Trees down on highway 176 between Tryon

and Saluda.

Rutherford County

Rutherfordton 0 0

Tree trees snapped off by lightning.

Jackson County

Cashiers 0 0 200K

Lightning sparked a house fire, causing

extensive damage to the structure and

its contents.

Madison County

7 W Marshall 0 0 20K

Big Pine Creek flooded several roads

and trapped some residents in their

homes. Several private bridges and

culverts were washed out.

Gaston County

Gastonia 0 0 50K

Lightning sparked several structural

fires in the county.

Rutherford County

Forest City 0

Trees also down in Spindale around the

same time.

Polk County

7 W Columbus 0 0

A mudslide was reported on Holbert Cove

Rd and a culvert was washed out on

Skyuka Mountain Rd.

Union County

Countywide 0 0

Flooding began across the county with

severe urban and poor drainage

flooding, mainly in areas from Monroe

to Matthews. Several major roads were

flooded through Monroe, including high-

way 74 and Rocky River Rd. By early

afternoon, flooding had become quite

serious across the county, as a few

overflowing creeks and streams contri-

buted to the problem. Flooded creeks

included Stump Lick Branch, Bearskin

Creek, and Stewarts Creek. In all, 30

to 35 roads were closed across the

county due to high water.

Burke County

Morganton 0 1

A person was struck by lightning.

Mcdowell County

Dysortville 0 0

Burke County

Morganton 0 1

A womans lace was burned when the phone

she was talking on exploded during a

power surge caused by lightning.

Burke County

10 W Morganton 0 0

Trees, large limbs, and an awning blown

down at Lake James campground at

Benfield Landing.

Iredeli County

9 N Turnersburg 0 0

Trees and a large limbs down on Warren

Bridge Rd near the Wilkes County line.

NORTH DAKOTA Central and West

Bottineau County

6 S Souris 0 0

Heavy rainfall accompanied this storm.

Renville County

1 W Glenburn 0 0

Morton County

13 SE New Salem 0 0

Morton County

10 SW Mandan to 0 0

10 W Mandan

Several funnel clouds observed.

Sioux County

9 N Selfridge 0 0

Morton County

Glen Ullin 0 0

Adams County

19 NE Hettinger 0 0

Hettinger County

11 S Mott to 0 0

5 E Mott

The tornado destroyed a barn. At one

time there were two tornadoes on the

ground at the same time from the same

thunderstorm cell.

Morton County

10 W New Salem 0 0

Morton County

Hebron 0 0

Stark County

Richardton 0 0

Dumpster tipped over by the strong

winds. Dime size hail accompanied the

storm.

Hettinger County

1 W Burt to 0 0

16 N Burt

Tornado remained in open country

destroying a barn 1 northwest of Burt.

Morton County

10 S Hebron 0 0

Numerous trees uprooted. Nickel size

hail reported with the storm. Report

from NDHP trooper.

Stark County

5 SE Lefor to 0 0

6 E Lefor

Tornado touched down in residence yard.

A corral partly down and roof torn off

a shed. Several trees uprooted. Penny

size hail accompanied the storm.

Bottineau County

Souris 0 0

Storm total rainfall was estimated at

4.00 inches.

Morton County

Hebron 0 0

Mclean County

Max 0 0 60K

Heavy rainfall up to 4 inches resulted

in water flowing from the streets into

homes and businesses. A total of 36

properties affected by water.

Ward County

8 S Minot 0 0

Public reported a foot of water over

highway 83.

Ward County

Surrey 0 0 200K

Driveways were washed out and 10

bridges were damaged as water flowed

over them. Area from Surrey to Sawyer

hardest hit. Road department had to

breach Ward County Road 14 east of ND52

to relieve flooding. One home com-

pletely submerged in water.

Bottineau County

Souris 0 0 625K

The townships of Dahlen, Harman,

Peabody, Scandia, Starbuck and Edisvold

greatly impacted. Ten home basements

full of water as it flowed across roads

and fields into homes. Souris reported

6 inches of rain in a few hours. Seve-

ral gravel county roads washed out.

Water penetrated gasoline tank with 500

gallons lost. USDA determined rainfall

totaled 7 inches and 150,000 acres of

crops were impacted on 200 farms.

Renville County

2 E Glenburn to 0 0 5K

5 SE Glenburn

Roads under water and closed to

traffic.

Mchenry County

Granville to 0 0 70K

Upham

Heavy rainfall up to 4.40 inches fell

at Deering and 4.75 inches reported

just west of Upham. Burlington Northern

Santa Fe Railroad track was under water

near Deering. A foot of water rushing

over some county roads washing out some

gravel ones … especially south and

west of Granville.

Stutsman County

Jamestown 0 0

Emergency Manager reported in the city

of Jamestown a tree fell on a mobile

home with extensive damage. Numerous

tree branches down. Some street signs

were bent.

Grant County

5 N Lark to 0 0

6 N Lark

Tornado touched down in open country

causing no damage.

Slope County

16 SE Amidon 0 0

Golden Valley County

Golva 0 0

Hettinger County

New England 0 0

Stark County

Belfield 0 0

Stark County

Belfield to 0 0

1 NE Belfield

Tornado touched down on the northeast

side of Belfield in a residence yard.

Tornado tore a 5 foot handman jack from

under a school bus and threw it through

the roof of a house. A storage shed was

moved 200 feet and destroyed. A 1200

bushel grain bin was carried 500 feet

and destroyed.

Adams County

7 NW Hettinger 0 0

Williams County

10 S Tioga 0 0

Emmons County

Strasburg 0 0

Wind gust up to 50 mph accompanied the

storm and hail.

Burleigh County

3 SE Bismarck Arpt 0 0

One inch diameter trees were snapped in

half and roof blown offa mobile home.

Burleigh County

3 SE Bismarck Arpt to 0 0

4 SE Bismarck Arpt

Tornado briefly touched down in the

Lincoln Meadows Trailor Park. The

tornado ripped a roof off one home and

threw it several feet onto a half ton

pickup truck. Truck was totaled.

Another mobile home was lifted two feet

off its foundation. Two other homes

received external damage. Several trees

were uprooted.

Burleigh County

Bismarck 0 0

Hail reported in the northeast part of

the city of Bismarck.

Morton County

15 WNW Mandan 0 0

A parked 24 foot pull type camper spun

around in the high winds.

Bottineau County

Lansford 0 0

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer

in Lansford.

Dickey County

Fullerton 0 0

Dickey County

7 N Ellendale 0 0

Quarter inch hail accompanied the high

winds.

La Moure County

La Moure 0 0

La Moure County

9 N Verona 0 0

Barn struck by lightning and started it

on fire. The fire completely destroyed

the barn.

Grant County

Carson 0 0

Sioux County

Ft Yates 0 0

Very heavy rain accompanied the hail.

Rainfall of 3 to 4.2 inches.

Sioux County

Ft Yates 0 0

Rainfall of 2.50 to 3 inches accompa-

nied the hail.

Emmons County

19 W Strasburg 0 0

Tornado briefly touched down in open

country near Highway 1804. Nothing

damaged.

Sioux County

Selfridge 0 0 50K

Flash flooding was occurring along

Highway 6 from the junction of Highway

24 southward to the South Dakota

border. Sioux County Sheriff advised no

travel. Roadway under water in many

places.

Emmons County

3 SSW Strasburg 0 0

Nickel to quarter size hail fell in an

area from Westfield to Strasburg. The

hail wiped out the sunflower crop. Two

foot drifts of hail was reported when

the storm ended. The hail also knocked

out some windows.

Emmons County

2 N Linton 0 0

Emmons County

1 NW Strasburg 0 0

Heavy rain accompanied the hail.

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Emmons County

l N Hague 0 0

Pole barn destroyed. Hail to 1 inch in

diameter accompanied the winds.

Emmons County

Strasburg 0 0

Sioux County

Ft Yates 0 0 18K

Water up to 8 inches covered Highway

24.

Sioux County

Selfridge to 0 0 70K

7 N Selfridge

Flash flooding from Selfridge to 7

miles north of Selfridge produced a

foot of water running over Highway 6.

Rainfall of 3.30 inches fell in a 1

hour time frame.

Mcintosh County

Wishek 0 0

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Emmons County

3 E Strasburg 0 0

Logan County

Burnstad 0 0

USDA reported 60 percent loss of small

grain, 40 percent loss of corn, sun-

flowers, soybeans and alfalfa, and 30

percent loss of mixed forage from high

winds and hail. 0.75 inch hail accom-

panied the storm.

Logan County

Napoleon 0 0

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Emmons County

3 E Strasburg 0 0

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Mcintosh County

Wishek 0 0

Logan County

5 SE Burnstad 0 0

Winds up to 50 mph and heavy rainfall

of 2.40 inches accompanied the storm.

Logan County

1 N Lehr 0 0

La Moure County

Edgeley 0 0 350K

A severe storm produced 4 inches of

rain which sent a wall of water 3 feet

high into the lower parts of Edgeley.

Several cars floated away with 15 homes

flooded.

Dickey County

3 S Merricourt 0 0 750K

A foot of water reported over many

roads destroying several county and

township roads. Several fences washed

out.

Dickey County

Ellendale 0 0

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Dickey County

2 S Merricourt 0 0

Tornado briefly touched down in open

country.

Dickey County

3 S Merricourt 0 0

Heavy rain accompanied the hail

flooding several roads and washing out

fences.

La Moure County

Berlin 0 0

The wind tore down a 12 inch diameter

tree. Up to one inch of rainfall accom-

panied the storm.

Dickey County

Forbes 0 0

Bowman County

Rhame 0 0

Stark County

3 W Dickinson 0 0

Stark County

5 S Dickinson 0 0 3M

Large hail accompanied the severe storm

causing major damage to homes, busi-

nesses, vehicles and other buildings.

Wind ASOS measured.

Stark County

Dickinson 0 0

Numerous homes, businesses, vehicles

and other builds sustained major damage

from the baseball size hail. Strong

winds to 84 mph accompanied the large

hail.

Bowman County

7 W Bowman to 0 0

Bowman

Wind gust to 50 mph accompanied the

hail.

Stark County

Dickinson 0 0

Hettinger County

New England 0 0

Mercer County

Hazen 0 0

Stark County

Richardton 0 0

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Mercer County

Beulah 0 0

Tree limbs down.

Ward County

Ryder 0 0

Reported by the Air Force Missile Crew

at Ryder.

Ward County

8 S Minot 0 0

Oliver County

Center 0 0

Ward County

14 S Minor 0 0

Oliver County

Center 0 0

Mercer County

Hazen 0 0

Mclean County

Washburn 0 0

Oliver County

Center 0 0

Pierce County

8 S Silva to 0 0 250K

8 SSE Silva

Tornado touched down 8 miles south of

Silva near Long Lake. It moved east-

northeast and crossed into Benson

County, Grand Forks NWS County Warning

Area. Damage to high voltage transmis-

sion lines partly due to the tornado

and partly due to 110 mph estimated

wind gusts listed as a seperate entry.

Pierce County

6 SW Silva to 0 0 1.8M

4 SE Silva

Six (6) miles of 230 KV high voltage

transmission lines down.

Logan County

10 E Napoleon 0 0

ARB observer reports penny size hail.

Stutsman County

Montpelier 0 0

70 mph winds and very heavy rain.

Williams County

13 W Williston 0 0

Williams County

Williston 0 0

Wind speed 58 mph or higher for dura-

tion of event. Peak of 69 mph at 233 AM

CST and 234 AM CST. Numerous large

trees down from Williston to Trenton

area. Wind ASOS measured.

Williams County

Trenton 0 0

Estimated wind gust 80 mph blew two

grain bins off their foundations, one

moved 1000 feet away and the other 40

feet. 1 inch hail also reported. Winds

in excess of 55 mph between 235 AM CST

and 245 AM CST.

Mckenzie County

Watford City 0 0

Also strong winds during event.

Burke County

Powers Lake 0 0

Renville County

1 S Tolley 0 0

Bottineau County

10 N Bottineau 0 0

Golden Valley County

3 SE Trotters to 0 0

3 SSE Trotters

Bowman County

Bowman 0 0

Sioux County

13 SW Solen to 0 0

11 SW Solen

No damage.

Mountrail County

10 S New Town 0 0

5.00 inches of rain at Van Hook.

Mountrail County

New Town 0 0

Streets flooded in New Town, 6 inches

deep.

Bowman County

7 S Bowman 0 0

Ward County

Berthold 0 0 114K

Flash flood affected area from Berthold

to Carpio and Foxholm. NDDOT and NDHP

closed Highway 52 from Carpio to

Foxholm because a bridge between the

two cities was washed out from the

flash flood. Homes flooded in Berthold.

Renville County

Glenburn to 0 0 50K

5 W Glenburn

Flash flood from Glenburn to 5 miles

west Glenburn. Deep water 2 to 3 feet

in fields. Water flowed into homes.

Some roads under water.

Bottineau County

Lansford 0 0 20K

Street flooding.

Sioux County

4 SW Solen to 0 0

2 SW Solen

No damage reported. Tornado in open

field.

Bottineau County

10 E Lansford 0 0

Morton County

Huff 0 0

Hettinger County

Regent 0 0

1 inch of rain in 15 minutes.

Mchenry County

8 N Deering 0 0

Renville County

Glenburn 0 0

Bottineau County

Newburg 0 0

Adams County

Reeder 0 0

40 to 50 mph winds.

Hettinger County

Regent 0 0

Hettinger County

4 S Mott to 0 0

2 E Mott

F1 damage on a farm 4 miles south of

Mott. Five grain bins destroyed and a

barn heavily damaged.

Ward County

Minot 0 0

Underpasses flooded. Water over some

county roads 6 inches deep.

Hettinger County

3 S Burt to 0 0

2 E Burt

Damage to farm yard fences and

equipment.

Dickey County

Oakes 0 0

Roof damage on home from winds.

Mclean County

Garrison 0 0 10K

Streets flooded after receiving 2

inches of rain in a short time.

Grant County

Elgin 0 0

Nickel to golf ball hail.

Bottineau County

5 NE Newburg 0 0 104K

8 inches of water over county roads

following 2.6 inches of rain.

Bottineau County

5 NE Newburg 0 0

Burleigh County

Bismarck 0 0

Penny size hail in north Bismarck.

Burleigh County

Bismarck 0 0

Penny size hail in south Bismarck.

Rolette County

Dunscith 0 0

Road washed out due to high water

flowing over it. Utility lines exposed

under road.

Morton County

St Anthony 0 0

Thunderstorm wind sustained 52 mph with

gusts to 76 mph.

Kidder County

1 SE Tuttle 0 0

High winds blew a barn down one (1)

mile southeast of Tuttle. Two homes

damaged due to trees falling on them.

Airplane hanger and quonset destroyed.

Extensive damage to a rural electric

cooperative, knocking down seven

aluminum poles and two high-voltage

transformers. Quarter size hail accom-

panied the storm.

Golden Valley County

8 SE Beach 0 0

Heavy rain and frequent lightning.

Rolette County

2 SE Rolette 0 0

No damage reported.

Ward County

Minot 0 0

Dunn County

Halliday 0 0

Pierce County

5 SE Orrin to 0 0

15 SE Orrin

Water several feet deep in some fields.

Water from culverts flowing over county

roads.

Mchenry County

10 NE Karlsruhe to 0 0 13K

10 E Karlsruhe

Kidder County

Steele 0 0 20K

Damage to roads and buildings in the

Steele area.

NORTH DAKOTA, East

NDZ014>015-026

0 0

June 2005 was an excessively wet month,

with a number of rain events over the

Devils Lake basin. For the month,

National Weather Service cooperative

observers measured 9.06 inches of rain

at Minnewaukan, 7.46 inches of rain at

Edmore, 7.32 inches of rain in the city

of Devils Lake, and 5.23 inches of rain

at Petersburg. Additional NDAWN mesonet

reports included 8.49 inches near

Baker, 5.70 inches near Crary, and 4.55

inches near Michigan. Runoff continued

into Devils Lake, which now covered

134,000 acres. Devils Lake began the

month around 1448.30 feet MSL and ended

the month around 1448.75 feet MSL. Flow

continued through the Jerusalem Coulee

into Stump Lake, which now covered

10,000 acres. Stump Lake began the

month around 1428.40 feet MSL and ended

the month around 1430 feet MSL. The

rising Stump Lake threatened several

homes. The three-county region was part

of a Presidential disaster declaration,

due to excessive rainfall and severe

weather during the month.

Traill County

Buxton 0 0

A tree was blown onto the postmaster’s

car at the post office. The vehicle was

totalled.

Steele County

3 S Finley 0 0

Four inches of rain fell in less than 2

hours on top of already saturated

ground. One bridge was washed out.

Steele County

7 S Finley 0 0

Water flowed over highway 32 about 7

miles south of Finley.

Barnes County

Sibley 0 0

4 to 7 inches of rain fell in a four

hour period. Three houses were flooded

due to excessive runoff from the heavy

rain. One house had main floor flooding

while the other two had flooding in

their garage and shop areas. Lake

Ashtabula rose around 6 inches in four

hours. Gravel roads accessing the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds

southwest of Sibley were washed out.

Barnes County

13 N Valley City 0 0

4 to 7 inches of rain fell in a four

hour period. Water flowed across two

county roads and cut them down to the

culverts.

Steele County

4 SE Finley 0 0

Excessive runoff from heavy rains

washed out a bridge.

Riehland County

Wahpeton 0 0

About 2.5 inches of rain fell in an

hour, flooding several city streets.

Some basement flooding and sewer backup

was reported. A car and a minivan were

both flooded by high water on one

street, which didn’t drain for nearly 4

hours. Fifth street south in Wahpeton

was hit the hardest.

Ransom County

7 SSW Englevale 0 0

A portion of a barn wall was blown out

by the strong wind.

Sargent County

3 S Cogswell 0 0

Dime to quarter sized hail fell.

Sargent County

Cayuga 0 0

Trees were blown down all over town.

One tree fell on a house.

Ransom County

10 SW Mc Leod 0 0

Large tree branches were blown down.

Barnes County

4 E Kathryn 0 0

4 inch diameter tree branches were

blown down.

Cass County

5 W Alice 0 0

Trees were blown down.

Richland County

5 W Wahpeton 0 0

Richland County

5 W Wahpeton 0 0

Richland County

1 W Wahpeton 0 0

Richland County

1 W Wahpeton 0 0

Grand Forks County

Larimore to 0 0

1 W Niagara

Heavy rainfall contributed to a major

fiber optic line cut between Lakota and

Larimore. Telephone service to most of

northeast North Dakota was knocked out.

Nelson County

4 E Petersburg to 0 0

Lakota

Heavy rainfall contributed to a major

fiber optic line cut between Lakota and

Larimore. Telephone service to most of

northeast North Dakota was knocked out.

NDZ053

0 0

The Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

had 3 crests above its moderate flood

stage during the month of June. These 3

occurred in near succession, one around

12.9 feet on June 9th, the second

around 12.7 feet on June 12th, and the

third around 13.1 feet on June 15th.

Pembina County

3 W Cavalier to 0 0

3 NW Cavalier

No significant tree damage occurred,

but dust plumes were evident as the

tornado crossed open fields.

Pembina County

4 NNW Cavalier to 0 0

8 NNE Cavalier

Several trees were knocked down in each

shelterbelt this tornado crossed. A

metal roof was also damaged by the

tornado. One to two additional funnels

were pendant from the same wall cloud

at various times.

Pembina County

3 E Leroy 0 0

Pembina County

1 SW Neche to 0 0

1 NNE Neche

The tornado touched down near county

highway 55 and tracked for nearly 3

miles, passing just west of Neche.

Several trees were knocked down on both

sides of state highway 18 at the north-

west comer of Neche, indicating a pos-

sible counter-clockwise rotation (which

is a rare phenomenon in the northern

hemisphere). The tornado continued

along a north-northeast path and

crossed the Canadian border about one-

half mile east of the Neche-Gretna

border station.

Pembina County

Neche 0 0

Richland County

1 N Wyndmere 0 0

Water flowed over North Dakota Highway

18.

Richland County

1 W Christine 0 0

The tornado briefly touched down in an

open field.

Richland County

Wyndmere 0 0

Around 6 inches of rain fell in 6

hours. Several basements were flooded

in Wyndmere and other homes had to be

sandbagged. Half the homes in town

suffered some sort of water damage and

12 to 15 had major damage. Highway 18

through town was closed.

Cass County

Fargo 0 0

Flash flooding occurred along

Interstate 94, west of the Interstate

29 interchange, causing traffic to be

diverted. 19th avenue north also was

flooded in several spots.

Traill County

11 NE Hillsboro 0 0

A tornado briefly touched down in a

field.

Cass County

2 S Grandin 0 0

Traiil County

3 W Caledonia 0 0

A tornado briefly touched down in a

farm field.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 0 0

Street flooding occurred due to heavy

rainfall and power outages at sewer

lift stations.

Grand Forks County

Grand Forks 0 0

2.26 inches of rain was reported at the

Grand Forks National Weather Service

office. Street flooding occurred near

the city library and in the Columbia

Heights Park.

Grand Forks County

Thompson 0 0

2.50 inches of rain fell in a short

amount of time and flooded several

homes.

Cass County

2 NE Casselton 0 0

Water was reported over several sec-

tions of county and township roads from

Grandin to Casselton and into north

central Cass county.

Ransom County

7 S Mc Leod 0 0

Fields were flooded and water covered

several roads.

Sargent County

9 E Milnor 0 0

Fields were flooded and water covered

several roads.

Traill County

Hillsboro 0 0

Street flooding occurred all over

Hillsboro. Water pooled in yards and

seeped into basements.

Bensou County

1 W Warwick 0 0

Water overtopped several rural roads.

Fields and farmyards were flooded.

Cavalier County

8 S Munich 0 0

Water covered highway 20 at the Ramsey-

Cavalier county line.

Ramsey County

6 N Starkweather 0 0

Water covered highway 20 at the Ramsey-

Cavaiier county line.

Towner County

2 E Maza 0 0

Eddy County

16 E Sheyenne 0 0

Water flowed over county road 1 near

Horseshoe Lake.

NDZ039-049-052>053

0 0

Overland flooding continued from Cas-

selton to Mapleton to north Fargo, in

east-central Cass county. In Ransom

county, overland flooding was worst in

the southeast part of the county. In

Richland county, overland flooding

closed roads and bridges between

Wyndmere and Mantador. For Sargent

county, flooding closed several rural

roads east of Milnor.

NDZ030

0 0

Several roads were closed due to over-

land flooding in the Clifford area.

Other roads and crossings were covered

with water and closed throughout the

county. Many basements were flooded.

NDZ006>007-

014>015-024 0 0

Heavy rainfall on saturated soils led

to a five county flood warning. At the

Cavalier/Ramsey county line 8 miles

south of Munich, water overtopped state

highway 20. In Yowner county, water

covered several roads 2 miles east of

Maza. Overland flooding also was repor-

ted 1 mile west of Warwick in Benson

county. Meanwhile, a county road was

washed out 2 miles west of New Rockford

in Eddy county. Water also covered the

eastbound lane of county road 1, 16

miles east of Sheyenne.

NDZ039

0 0

The Maple River at Mapleton crested

around 908.8 feet MSL on June 15th.

Major flooding occurs at this point

when the fiver stage rises above 907

feet MSL. The Maple River was reported

to be one-quarter to one mile wide in

spots. The flooding river cut off the

access road to the Maple River Golf

Course, which shut down the course.

Many holes on the golf course were

flooded.

NDZ039

0 0

The Sheyenne River at Harwood rose to a

peak of around 889.7 feet MSL on June

16th. Moderate flooding occurs at

Harwood when the Sheyenne River reaches

a height of 886 feet MSL.

NDZ030-039-049-

052>053

0 0

County-wide flood warnings for these

five counties had expired the day

before (on 6/12 around the noon hour).

Additional rainfall once again across

these five counties resulted in another

areal flood warning. In Traill county,

125,000 acres (of the total 500,000

acres) were either not planted or were

damaged. In rural areas, gravel roads

were muddy and rutted, with ditches

running full. Overland flooding washed

out several sections of roads and at

least one rural bridge. Other sections

of roads were under water. Auxiliary

pumps were put in place at Galesburg

and Reynolds to keep runoff away from

critical infrastructure. In Cass

county, overland flooding around

Mapleton inundated several county and

township roads. In southeast Ransom

county, water covered several county

roads. In Richland county, several

county and township roads were flooded

or blockaded in the Wyndmere and

Lidgerwood areas. In Sargent county,

overland flooding was most rampant in

the eastern part of the county, where

at least 10 sections of county roads

were under water due to overland

flooding. Traill, Sargent, and Richland

counties were included in a Presiden-

tial disaster declaration, due to the

combination of flooding and severe

weather throughout the month. A general

damage assessment said that 25 to 30

percent of the farmland did not get

planted and more than 25 percent of the

land that did get planted got drowned

out.

NDZ016

0 0

The Red River at Oslo (MN) rose to a

crest around 35.5 feet on June 19th.

Moderate flooding occurs at Oslo when

the Red River reaches a height of 30

feet. County road 2 was closed between

sections 2 and 11 of Pulaski Township.

Two bridges along the Forest River

(near the town of Forest River) were

undermined by high water levels.

NDZ039

0 0

The Red River in Fargo/Moorhead rose to

a crest around 28.19 feet on June 18th.

Moderate flooding occurs at Fargo/Moor-

head when the Red River reaches a

height of 27 feet. This was the second

highest summer crest on record. The

highest summer crest of 33.26 feet

occurred on July 4, 1975. The flooding

Red River affected recreational paths,

golf courses, and bridges. Sandbagging

was also done at Trollwood and Mickel-

son Parks in north Fargo.

NDZ027

0 0

The Red River at East Grand Forks (MN)

rose to a crest around 40.36 feet on

June 18th. Moderate flooding occurs at

East Grand Forks when the Red River

reaches a height of 40 feet. This was

the second highest sununer crest on

record. The highest summer crest of

43.08 feet occurred on July 14, 1975.

Benson County

3 NW Esmond 0 0

1.85 inches of rain was also reported.

Benson County

Esmond 0 0

Extensive tree damage was reported in

and around Esmond. Power poles were

snapped and power lines were down. The

chimney on the Lutheran Church was

knocked down. A wind sensor reached 76

mph before power was lost.

Benson County

4 WNW Esmond to 0 0

2 NW Esmond

This tornado originated in Pierce

county. It crossed into Benson county

near the southeast end of Long Lake.

The tornado continued for 2 miles

before lifting. The tornado tore up

several trees near Long Lake and tore a

roof off a shed. Another shed was

damaged at a farmstead northeast of

Long Lake. Peak winds were estimated at

110 mph.

Benson County

5 NW Esmond to 0 6.5M

2 NW Minnewaukan

Downburst winds and tornadoes tore down

31 miles of 230 kV power transmission

lines crossing far eastern Pierce and

western Benson counties. The 25 mile

section from the Pierce county line to

2 miles northwest of Minnewaukan was

blown down between 5:00 am to 5:20 am

CDT by winds of 90 to 110 mph. The

Great River Power Company estimated

property loss in Benson county at $6.45

million.

Benson County

4 S Harlow 0 0

Benson County

3 W Harlow 0 0

A brief touchdown occurred in a

“bookend vortice” area along the north

edge of a developing downburst wind

core. The tornado was estimated to have

maximum winds of around 110 mph.

Benson County

1 N Baker 0 0

An NDAWN sensor reported a 72 mph wind

gust.

Benson County

3 SE Harlow 0 0

An old barn was blown down and the roof

was torn off a pole barn.

Benson County

2 SE Harlow 0 0

A barn was blown down.

Benson County

9 W Minnewaukan 0 0

A tornado briefly touched down in a

shelterbelt north of the intersection

of county roads 19 and 30. The tornado

formed in a “bookend vortice” off the

south edge of a developing downburst

wind core.

Benson County

5 NW Minnewaukan 0 0

An older barn roof was torn off.

Benson County

6 NW Minnewaukan 0 0

Many large trees were snapped off. The

roof was torn off a shed.

Benson County

2 WNW York 0 0

The roof was torn off a pole barn.

Benson County

2 SE Brinsmade 0 0

A large barn was blown down along with

numerous trees in a shelterbelt.

Benson County

3 E Leeds 0 0 600K

A large 80,000 bushel grain bin was

blown down at the BTR elevator complex

near the Niles railroad spur. A grain

dryer and several smaller hopper bottom

bins were also blown over.

Benson County

l NE Brinsmade 0 0

Many large evergreen trees were blown

down in a shelterbelt.

Benson County

6 E Leeds 0

A metal flag pole was bent over the

strong winds.

Ramsey County

3 S Devils Lake 0 0

Ramsey County

3 S Devils Lake 0 0

Benson County

3 E Brinsmade 0 0

The roof was torn off a pole shed and

the wall was blown out of a hay shed.

Benson County

4 NNE Brinsmade 0 0

The roof was torn off a pole shed.

Ramsey County

3 W Penn 0 0

Benson County

7 NE Brinsmade 0 0

A large barn was blown down.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 0 0

Ramsey County

4 SE Starkweather 0 0

Ramsey County

Garske 0 0

The Garske elevator was heavily

damaged. Trees and power lines were

down all around.

Towner County

11 ESE Cando 0 0

5 trees were blown down in a shelter-

belt. Shingle damage was reported on a

house and several outbuildings.

Ramsey County

Starkweather 0 0

Many large trees were blown down or

uprooted. Trees fell on homes and

vehicles. A brick building in town was

also damaged. A grain bin at the

elevator was punctured, spilling grain

on the ground.

Ramsey County

3 SE Starkweather 0 0

Numerous large trees were blown down. A

garage was tom off its foundation and

destroyed.

Ramsey County

4 SE Starkweather 0 0

Many trees were blown down, some 4 to 5

feet in circumference. Several tree

tops were twisted off.

Ramsey County

5 NE Starkweather 0 0

An observer reported 85 mph winds be-

fore the power went out. 100 feet of a

quonset shed was damaged. Trees were

snapped 20 feet off the ground. Six

bins, a steel shed, a single garage, a

3-car garage, and a chicken house were

also damaged.

Ramsey County

5 SW Hampden 0 0

A Davis weather system measured a peak

wind speed of 91 mph until electricity

was lost. Numerous trees were blown

down.

Ramsey County

Hampden 0 0

A large 80,000 bushel grain bin was

blown down at the Hampden elevator

complex. The roof was also toRN off tbe

main elevator building. Numerous trees

were snapped off or uprooted nearby.

Ramsey County

2 SE Hampden 0 0

A 103 mph wind gust was measured by a

RAWS mesonet site.

Walsh County

3 N Fairdale 0 0

Large evergreen trees were snapped off

in a shelterbelt.

Cavalier County

Loma 0 0

Power poles were snapped off and power

lines were down. Numerous trees were

uprooted or snapped off: The town

elevator was also damaged.

Cavalier County

Nekoma 0 0

A grain elevator complex was damaged.

Metal bins were also dented in.

Cavalier County

Langdon 0 0 2M

Many 100 foot tall evergreen trees were

uprooted. A pole barn was blown down

and the roof was blown offa mobile

home. Many other trees were snapped,

with their trunks laying toward the

northeast. The grain elevator sustained

some minor damage.

Cavalier County

1 E Langdon 0 0

An NDAWN mesonet sensor reported an 86

mph wind gust. A tree fell on a

building and another large evergreen

was blown down.

Cavalier County

Osnabrock 0 0

Shingles and metal siding were torn

from a house. The town elevator lost

part of its tin roof and two 40,000

bushel grain bins were damaged.

Cavalier County

3 N Langdon 0 0

Flying debris was reported in a yard.

Two trees were uprooted.

Cavalier County

7 E Langdon 0 0

A barn was blown down. Two grain bins

were ripped from their foundations,

with debris blown downwind for a

quarter mile. Numerous trees were up-

rooted or snapped off. Shingles were

torn from houses and basement windows

were broken.

Walsh County

8 ENE Fairdale 0 0

Large tree branches were blown down.

Cavalier County

6 N Langdon 0 0

Several grain bins were blown down.

Pembina County

Walhalla 0 1 2M

Widespread tree damage was reported in

Walhalla. One tree fell on a tent in

Walhalla, injuring one man. The other

person in the tent was able to go for

help. Widespread power outages occurred

throughout the county. The Walhalla

school building roof was heavily

damaged. Flooding occurred in the

school basement, due to the numerous

holes in the roof. Emergency routes

were blocked by fallen trees. Trees

fell on cars, homes, garages, fences,

and power lines.

Pembina County

2 S Mountain 0 0

Large tree branches were blown down.

Pembina County

Neche 0 0

70 mph winds blew down several tree

branches.

Pembina County

4 NE Walhalla 0 0

A 77 mph wind gust was measured by an

NDAWN wind sensor.

Pembina County

7 NW Cavalier 0 0

75 mph wind gusts were reported, with

several trees down.

Cavalier County

6 NNW Vang 0 0

Many trees were blown down in the

Pembina Hills Wildlife Area.

Pembina County

Hensel 0 0

The chimney was blown off a house.

Pembina County

Cavalier 0 0

Metal trim was torn off the Pembina

county Emergency Operations Center.

Pembina County

1 N Neche 0 0

An 87 mph wind gust was measured at the

Neche/Gretna port of entry.

Pembina County

Pembina 0 0

Numerous trees and power lines were

blown down. Several small buildings

were moved off their foundations.

Pembina County

1 N Pembina 0 0

A 77 mph wind gust was measured at the

Pembina port of entry.

Grand Forks County

1 N Gilby 0 0

The tornado briefly touched down in an

open field.

Grand Forks County

3 SE Johnstown 0 0

A sheriff’s deputy reported a brief

tornado touchdown 2.5 miles south and

1.75 east of Johnstown.

Grand Forks County

7 NW Grand Forks 0 0

A tunnel cloud was seen from the NWS

office in Grand Forks and by spotters

on U.S. Highway 2 along the west end of

Grand Forks.

Ransom County

8 NW Lisbon 0 0

Sargent County

Gwinner 0 0

Barnes County

2 SW Litchville 0 0

Trees were uprooted southwest of

Litchville.

Barnes County

Kathryn 0 0

Trees were blown down in Kathryn.

Falling trees damaged a fence and broke

a window on a house.

Barnes County

6 ESE Nome 0 0

Tree branches were also blown down all

over the farmyard.

Cass County

20 S Tower City 0 0

Ransom County

3 W Enderlin 0 0

Ransom County

3 NNW Ft Ransom to 0 0

4 NNW Ft Ransom

A metal machine shed was blown down and

several trees were uprooted. Parts of

the metal machine shed were twisted

around trees in the yard. Two chimney

tops were broken offa house, shingles

were damaged, and several windows were

broken. The farmstead also lost power.

Barnes County

6 SW Valley City 0 0

Big trees were torn up and many

shingles were ripped offa roof.

Barnes County

Valley City 0 0

Large branches were blown down.

Sargent County

Gwinner 0 0

Street flooding was reported in

Gwinner.

Sargent County

2 E Milnor 0 0

Watered covered highway 13 east of

Milnor.

Sargent County

Milnor 0 0

Street flooding was reported in Milnor.

Sargent County

Milnor 0 0

Nickle to quarter-sized hail covered

the ground.

Barnes County

Fingal 0 0

Trees were blown down in Fingal.

Cass County

2 S Casselton 0 0

Cuss County

Fargo 0 0

A house near the Rose Creek Golf Course

was hit by lightning. Flames were

spotted coming out of the roof.

Ransom County

Sheldon 0 0

Large trees were blown down all over

town. One tree fell on a house.

Riehland County

2 SW Mantador 0 0

Riehland County

10 W Wahpeton 0 0

Riehland County

Hankinson 0 0

Trees were blown down and power lines

were snapped.

Richland County

1 W Wahpeton 0 0

A ND DOT RWIS sensor reported a 60 mph

wind gust.

Richland County

Wahpeton 0 0

A tree was blown down in Wahpeton,

destroying a mail box.

Richland County

Fairmount 0 0

75 mph winds hit the town of Fairmount,

blowing down hundreds of trees. 40

homes in town reported some sort of

damage. Trees fell on power lines,

knocking out power to many residences.

Advertising signs at the baseball field

were also blown around.

Richland County

4 ESE Hankinson to 0 0

2 SW Fairmount

Intermittent tornado damage occurred in

shelterbelts along this 7 mile path.

Estimated peak winds were 110 mph.

Ransom County

8 SSW Mc Leod 0 0

Water flowed over two county roads.

Riehland County

Fairmount 0 0

Over two inches of raifl fell quickly,

flooding city streets.

Riehland County

Hankinson 0 0

Two county roads were closed due to

high water.

NDZ053

0 0

Several roads and bridges were closed,

mostly along the Wild Rice River from

Wyndmere to Mantador to Great Bend.

Benson County

Oberon 0 0

Benson County

4 N Oberon 0 0

The hail was accompanied by about 1.05

inches of rain in 15 minutes.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 0 0

A 2 to 3 loot diameter tree fell on a

house. Trees and branches were blown

down all over town.

Benson County

2 NNW St Michael 0 0

AND DOT RWIS site measured a 58 mph

wind gust.

Ramsey County

6 S Devils Lake 0 0

A ND DOT RWIS site measured a 58 mph

wind gust.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 0 0

Trees were uprooted in Devils Lake by

the strong wind, with some falling on

power lines. Scattered power outages

were reported. A semi-trailer, not

attached to a cab, was flipped over.

Several city signs were twisted or

broken off. The strong wind broke off a

large tree branch next to a gas

station, which tell on the store and

punctured a hole through its roof. This

also cut some of the station’s

electricity.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake Arpt 0 0

An 85 mph wind gust was measured by the

AWOS at the Devils Lake airport. A

single engine airplane tethered down on

the tarmac was broken loose and flipped

on top of another airplane parked next

to it. Both airplanes sustained consi-

derable damage.

Benson County

7 W Warwick to 0 0

5 W Warwick

Intermittent touchdowns occurred in

open fields along the Benson-Eddy

county line.

Eddy County

13 W Hamar to 0 0

11 W Hamar

Intermittent touchdowns occurred in

open fields along the Benson-Eddy

county line.

Benson County

3 S Tokio 0 0

Benson County

Warwick 0 0

Cavalier County

1 W Calio 0 0

Towner County

6 E Egeland 0 0

Ramsey County

4 E Doyon 0 0

Cavalier County

7 E Vang to 0 0

8 ENE Vang

The tornado tracked from 7 miles east

of Vang to the Pembina county line 1

mile west of Walhalla. No significant

damage was reported along this portion

of the tornado track. This tornado

continued into Pembina county.

Pembina County

1 W Walhalla to 0 0

l NE Walhalla

The tornado originated in Cavalier

county 7 miles east of Vang. Numerous

trees were damaged and several houses

had shingles torn offin Walhalla. The

peak winds were estimated to be about

90 mph.

Nelson County

4 W Pekin 0 0

Cavalier County

3 SE Loma 0 0

The tornado briefly touched down in a

field.

Nelson County

Pekin 0 0

Dime to quarter-sized hail was

reported.

Walsh County

3 W Pisek 0 0

Grand Forks County

3 NNE lnkster 0 0

An NDAWN sensor measured a 58 mph wind

gust.

Pembina County

Hamilton 0 0

Large trees and power lines were blown

down.

Walsh County

7 W Forest River 0 0

An NDAWN sensor measured a 58 mph wind

gust.

Walsh County

Pisek 0 0

Six trees were snapped off or uprooted.

Many large branches were broken off

trees. Power lines were down all over

town. Shingles were torn off the fire

hall and metal siding was torn off a

church.

Pembina County

Hamilton 0 0

Cavalier County

9 E Osnabrock 0 0

Griggs County

9 NNE Jessie 0 0

Nelson County

6 S Mc Ville 0 0

Walsh County

Park River 0 0

Trees and power lines were blown down.

Walsh County

7 NNW Grafton to 0 0

3 NW Auburn

Trees in shelterbelts were snapped off

at ground level. estimated at 80 mph.

The tornado continued into Peak wind

speeds were Pembina county

Griggs County

5 W Cooperstown 0 0

Ramsey County

4 E Doyon 0 0

Walsh County

Nash 0 0

Large branches were torn off several

trees. Metal siding was also torn off a

grain elevator.

Griggs County

4 ENE Jessie 0 0

Pembina County

3 E Mountain to 0 0

5 E Mountain

Intermittent touchdowns occurred along

the damage path. The only damage

reported was to trees in shelterbelts.

Pembina County

5 SSW St Thomas to 0 0

4.5 SSW St Thomas

The tornado originated 7 miles north-

northwest of Grafton in Walsh county.

Trees in shelterbelts were snapped off

at ground level. Peak winds were

estimated at 80 mph.

Steele County

1 SW Finley 0 0

Pembina County

Joliette 0 0

Steele County

6 E Finley 0 0

Grand Forks County

Thompson 0 0

Grand Forks County

5 WSW Thompson 0 0

Several large trees were uprooted.

Grand Forks County

2 ENE Thompson 0 0 30K

A semi was blown off Interstate 29 and

into the median, one mile north of the

Thompson exit. The driver was not

injured.

Grand Forks County

Thompson 0 0

A tree was blown down in Thompson.

Pembina County

Cavalier 0 0

Street and basement flooding were

reported along the southern edge of

Cavalier.

Grand Forks County

2 S Grand Forks 0 0

Several large trees were snapped off

about 2 feet above ground level.

Steele County

11 E Sherbrooke 0 0

Traill County

4 WNW Roseville 0 0

Traill County

9 E Hillsboro 0 0

Ransom County

Ft Ransom 0 0

Barnes County

3 SSW Nome 0 0

Sargent County

2 NE Crete 0 0

Local fields were flooded and water

covered a farm access road.

Ransom County

4 NE Ft Ransom 0 0

Excessive runoff briefly flooded a dry

creek and overtopped a county road

about 2 miles north of Griswold Mine.

Sargent County

4 NW Straubville to 0 0

4 NNW Straubville

Large cottonwood trees were blown down

and irrigation equipment was blown

over. Strong winds quickly changed from

southeast to northwest, kicking up mud.

Peak winds were estimated at 105 mph.

Sargent County

Gwinner 0 0

Sargent County

Gwinner 0 0

A Davis weather sensor reported an 81

mph wind gust before power was lost.

Ransom County

14 SE Lisbon 0 0

Ransom County

ll ENE Lisbon 0 0

Several large trees were blown down in

a shelterbelt.

Benson County

Minnewaukan 0 0

Training bands of heavy rain caused

street flooding and sewer system

backups. Emergency pumping operations

were required, which resulted in raw

sewage being pumped into Devils Lake.

Benson County

6 N Maddock 0 0

Several shingles were torn off a roof

and several trees were blown down.

Sargent County

3 WNW Stirum 0 0

Water flowed over a county road near

state highway 13. Fields were also

flooded due to about 5 inches of

rain in the past 12 hours.

Benson County

2 NNW St Michael 0 0

A ND DOT RWIS sensor along highway

20 measured the wind gust.

Ramsey County

Camp Grafton 0 0

Strong winds blew down trees and

damaged roofs at Camp Grafton.

Ramsey County

10 W Devils Lake 0 0

50 trees were blown down at the

Graham’s Island State Park, damaging

several cars.

Ramsey County

6 S Devils Lake 0 0

A ND DOT RWIS sensor along highway

20 measured the wind gust.

Benson County

6 N Maddock 0 0

Several trees were blown down.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake 0 0

City streets were flooded.

Ramsey County

4 SW Devils Lake 0 0

About 50 trees were snapped off or

uprooted in the Lakewood Subdivision

playground area. Power lines were

also torn down.

Eddy County

8 S Hamar 0 0

Large branches were blown down and a

few shingles were torn off a barn

roof.

Barnes County

Dazey 0 0

Several 2 foot diameter trees were

blown down. One tree fell on a

truck.

Nelson County

Kloten 0 0

A big tree was blown down and power

was lost.

Griggs County

Binford 0 0

The wind gust was measured by a

Davis wind sensor. Trees fell on

cars and homes. A pole barn on the

east edge of town was demolished.

Griggs County

Hannaford 0 0

Several trees were blown over.

Griggs County

Jessie 0 0

Large evergreens were blown over in

town. Other trees fell on homes and

streets.

Griggs County

Cooperstown 0 0

Many trees were blown down all over

town. Highway 45 was blocked by

fallen trees and tree limbs.

Steele County

2 NW Finley 0 0

The FAA radar station northwest of

Finley recorded a 100 mph wind gust.

Steele County

Sharon 0 0

Trees were blown down.

Steele County

10 E Finley 0 0

Large trees were blown down.

Walsh County

3 NW Fordville 0 0

4 inch diameter tree branches were

blown down.

Nelson County

Kloten 0 0

Trees were blown down.

Ramsey County

1 E Crary 0 0

An NDAWN mesonet sensor reported the

wind gust.

Nelson County

Aneta 0 0

Several large 100 year-old trees were

blown down and a quonset was destroyed.

Traill County

Hatton 0 0

Trees were blown down.

Grand Forks County

Larimore 0 0

Large trees were blown down by winds

gusts estimated around 100 mph.

Grand Forks County

Northwood 0 0

Numerous trees were blown down.

Grand Forks County

4 SE Larimore 0 0

Numerous trees were blown down in

several miles of shelterbelts across

central and southern Arvilla Township.

Some power lines were also knocked

over.

Traill County

3 S Buxton 0 0

A ND DOT RWIS sensor measured the wind

gust.

Cass County

2 W Grandin 0 0

A Davis wind sensor measured the wind

gust.

Pembina County

Cavalier 0 0

Trees were blown down.

Grand Forks County

Grand Forks 0 0

Trees and branches were blown down

around the city.

Traill County

5 E Buxton 0 0

Walsh County

2 E Warsaw 0 0

Many trees were blown down in shelter

belts west of the Interstate 29 exit.

Sargent County

3 NW Havana 0 0

Sargent County

3 NW Havana 0 0

4.5 inches of rain fell in an hour.

Water rose above several county roads.

Sargent County

Havana 0 0

Basement flooding was reported in

Havana.

Sargent County

Milnor 0 0

Heavy rainfall caused Storm Lake to

rise and threaten the town of Milnor.

Sandbaggers were called out to help

keep the water out, with as many as 30

homes threatened by the rising water.

The Milnor golf course also had

substantial flooding.

Sargent County

Rutland 0 0

Basement flooding was reported in

Rutland. Crews had to pump water across

roads that were acting like dikes.

Sargent County

1 W Cayuga 0 0

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded. Over 4 inches of rain fell in

an hour.

Sargent County

Cayuga 0 0

Basement flooding was reported in

Cayuga.

Richland County

10 SE Lidgerwood 0 0

Richland County

2 E Mooreton 0 0

Eddy County

6 SSE Sheyenne 0 0

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded.

Richland County

4 WSW Fairmount 0 0

Richland County

9 S Wahpeton 0 0

Hail covered the ground near the Red

River.

Sargent County

Havana 0 0

Sargent County

Havana 0 0

Large trees were blown down.

Sargent County

Havana to 0 0

1 S Rutland

Numerous trees were blown down or

uprooted along the damage path. A roof

was torn off a pole barn in Havana.

Peak winds were estimated at 120 mph.

Sargent County

4 S Cayuga 0 0

Hail from penny to ping pong ball size

fell over Tewaukon Lake.

Richland County

6 SW Lidgerwood 0 0

Richland County

.5 S Mooreton 0 0 225K

A mule barn under construction was

blown down at the Bagg bonanza farm.

Richland County

10 W Wahpeton 0 0

The wind gust was measured by a Davis

weather sensor at the ND DOT weigh

station.

Richland County

4 W Colfax 0 0

A wall cloud with pendant funnel was

reported.

Richland County

Fairmount 0 0

Large tree branches were blown down

along with some power lines.

Richland County

4 NNW Walcott to 0 0

5 N Walcott

A tornado and rising dust plume were

seen, but no damage was reported. The

tornado continued into Cass county.

Cass County

2 ESE Kindred to 0 0

4 E Kindred

This tornado originated 4 miles north-

northwest of Walcott in Richland

county. A tornado and rising dust plume

were seen, but no damage was reported.

Richland County

Wahpeton 0 0

2.44 inches of rain fell in one hour,

causing major street flooding.

Conditions were the worst again along

fifth street south, where cars were

stalled in the high water.

Ransom County

5 S Me Leod 0 0

Water covered a road.

Benson County

Maddock 0 0

Heavy rainfall inundated several roads.

Raw sewage had to be pumped into

ditches to prevent backup in homes.

Benson County

Esmond 0 0

Several streets were flooded in Esmond.

A basement was flooded and a basement

wall collapsed. Around 4 inches of rain

was reported.

Richland County

2 SW Great Bend 0 0

Interstate 29 was reduced to one lane

of traffic because of water on the

road.

Richland County

2 SW Wyndmere 0 0

A bridge was closed due to flash

flooding.

Richland County

Wyndmere 0 0

Basement flooding and sewer backup were

reported.

NDZ052

0 0

Roads and streets were flooded in

Havana, Rutland, and Milnor. Basement

flooding and sandbagging occurred in

Milnor, where twelve mobile homes and

nine homes sustained significant

damage. Heavy amounts of rain fell

numerous times throughout the month of

June. For the month, National Weather

Service cooperative observers reported

12.43 inches of rain at Havana, 11.44

inches of rain at Forman, and 7.58

inches of rain at Cayuga. Unofficial

reports of 16 to 20 inches of rain were

also received. An estimated 30 to 40

percent of crops in the county were

drowned out.

NDZ015

0 0

Excessive runoff flooded fields and

roads in the Hampden area.

NDZ049-053

0 0

In Richland county, flooding caused

around 60 percent losses to hay and

pasture land. Around 35,000 acres did

not get planted and around 230,000

acres were damaged by flooding. Area

fields and roads were flooded around

Fairmount. In Ransom county, excessive

runoff continued to flood fields and

roads south of McLeod. Well-above

normal amounts of rain fell during the

month of June. For the month, National

Weather Service cooperative observers

reported 11.83 inches of rain at

McLeod, 11.26 inches of rain at

Lidgerwood, and 9.10 inches of rain at

Lisbon. Additional NDAWN mesonet

reports included 11.05 inches near

Wyndmere and 6.81 inches near Wahpeton.

Unofficial amounts of 16 to 20 inches

of rain were also received.

NDZ053

0 0

Rainfall toward the end of June pushed

the Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

back above its moderate flood stage of

12 feet. The crest for this event

didn’t occur until early July.

NDZ053

Flood

Persistent rainfall caused 3 crests

along the Wild Rice River at

Abercrombie during the month of June.

The first crest, which occurred around

noon CDT on June 9th, stayed about 2

feet under flood stage. As the Wild

Rice River started to fall after this

first crest, more rain fell across the

basin and the river started rising once

again. This time, the Wild Rice River

peaked (around 1 am CDT on June 17th)

just over its flood stage of 10 feet.

Again, the river started falling, but

levelled off just under flood stage.

More rain fell across the basin toward

the end of the month, pushing the river

up toward its third crest. The actual

third crest did not occur until early

July 2005. However, the Wild Rice River

at Abercrombie did rise above its

moderate flood stage late in the day on

June 30th. So much water drained into

Lake Tewaukon that the pool height rose

four feet over full pool (13 feet deep

rather than 9 feet). This caused the

emergency spillway to be topped. The

only other time this had happened since

the late 1980s was during the flood of

1997. Lake Tewaukon normally covers

about 1,100 acres in area. County road

12 was flooded south of Cayuga by the

Wild Rice River. Great Bend had to

build dikes and sandbag to protect

against the rising Wild Rice River.

OHIO, East

Jefferson County

Brilliant to 0 0 10K

Mingo Jet

Trees and power lines blown down,

interrupting electricity for 50

customers, especially on Township Rd

162.

Columbiana County

8 W Calcutta 0 0 5K

Large trees down.

Muskingum County

Frayszeburg 0 0 5K

Large trees down.

Coshocton County

West Lafayette to 0 0

Coshocton

Muskingum County

North Zanesville 0 0

Tuscarawas County

New Philadelphia 0 0 6K

Trees and power lines down.

Guernsey County

Cambridge 0 0

Noble County

Belle Vly 0 0 3K

Trees down on County Rd 20.

Monroe County

Lewisville 0 0 2K

Trees down.

Belmont County

3 SE Barnesville 0 0 2K

Power lines blown down onto car. Five

people trapped and rescued.

Carroll County

Amsterdam to 0 0 100K

Kilgore

75 to 150 trees were blown down in a

4-mile stretch in Loudon Twp, on roads

Poppy, Post, Province, Germano,

Raindrop, and Amsterdam. A roof was

ripped off a mobile home on Post Rd. A

few barns were damaged.

Harrison County

Cadiz to 0 0 4K

Jewett

Trees down onto Rte 9.

Belmont County

Powhatan Pt to 0 0 6K

Shadyside

Trees and power lines down.

Jefferson County

4 NW East Springfield 0 0 2K

Trees down.

Jefferson County

Richmond 0 0 2K

Trees blown down by 60 mph wind gust.

1800 customers lost electric power in

Jefferson Co.

Belmont County

Bethesda 0 0

62 mph wind gust.

Columbiana County

Lisbon 0 0 5K

Trees and power lines down, on Rte 164,

just south of Lisbon.

Columbiana County

2 N Lisbon 0 0

Jefferson County

15 W Emerson 0 0 4K

Trees and power lines down along Rte

213 in Allencreek Twp.

Muskingum County

3.5 WSW Hopewell 0 0 4K

Several trees down near Gratiot.

Coshocton County

New Castle to 0 0 4K

West Lafayette

Several trees down.

Muskingum County

Sonora 0 0 3K

Few trees down.

Jefferson County

Wintersville 0 0 2K

One tree down.

Tuscarawas County

Newport 0 0 3K

A few trees down.

Columbiana County

Rogers 0 0 2K

Tree down on Rte 558.

Jefferson County

Brilliant 0 0 5K

Trees and power lines down.

OHIO, North

Lucas County

Whitehouse to 0 0 7K

Toledo

Winds were estimated at nearly 60 mph

in western part of the county. A tree

was reported down in Perrysburg and a

twelve inch tree limb was down in

Toledo. In Waterville, a tree was

reported down due to thunderstorm

winds.

Seneca County

Attica 0 0 2K

Thunderstorm winds were estimated at 58

mph.

Seneca County

Attica 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Wood County

Countywide 0 0 50K

A trained spotter estimated winds

around 70 mph. Numerous trees, large

limbs, and powers lines came down as a

result of the high winds across the

county. A tree was reported to have

fallen on a car causing damage. At a

high school, a set of stadium lights

were knocked down due to the high

winds.

Hancock County

Countywide 0 0 20K

Winds around 60 mph were reported in

Findley as thunderstorms moved through

the county. Numtrees, large limbs, and

power lines were down across the county

from Arcadia south to Vanlue.

Ottawa County

2 NE Oak Harbor to 0 0

Oak Harbor

Observed winds by a trained spotter

were estimated at 58 mph.

Sandusky County

Countywide 0 0 20K

Observed winds by a trained spotter

were estimated at 60 mph. Strong winds

damaged a roof of a house inches in

diameter. Numerous other trees were

downed across the county along with

power lines. In Woodville, two tree

limbs between 12 and 18 inches in

diameter were taken down as the storms

passed through the county.

Marion County

Marion 0 0 10K

Numerous trees and power lines reported

down around Marion.

Wyandot County

Sycamore 0 0 30K

Several trees and power poles knocked

down.

Erie County

Bay View 0 0 2K

A few large limbs reported down.

Richland County

Shiloh 0 0 2K

Observed winds by a trained spotter

were estimated at 60 mph.

Crawford County

Bucyrus 0 0 2K

A few large limbs reported down.

Huron County

Monroeville 0 0 15K

A roof was blown off a barn.

Huron County

Hartland 0 0 10K

Numerous trees and power lines downed

by strong winds.

Ashland County

Hayesville 0 0 2K

A few large limbs reported down.

Richland County

5 SE Mansfield 0 0 3K

A large tree and a few large limbs were

reported down.

Knox County

Fredericktown to 0 0 3K

Mt Liberty

One tree was reported down in Frederick

town, and a few large limbs were

reported down in Mt. Liberty.

Wayne County

Wooster 0 0 2K

Numerous large limbs down along with

power lines.

Medina County

Lodi 0 0 2K

A few large limbs reported down.

Cuyahoga County

Parma 0 0 2K

A few large limbs reported down.

Sandusky County

Fremont to 0 0 50K

Clyde

Thunderstorm winds downed several large

tree limbs in Fremont and one tree in

Clyde. A barn was heavily damaged to

the south of Fremont.

Ottawa County

Port Clinton 0 0 8K

Thunderstorm winds downed a few trees

near Port Clinton.

Lorain County

Oberlin 0 0 20K

Hail quarter to half dollar size was

observed. A few vehicles sustained

minor damage.

Lucas County

Pt Place 0 0 3K

Thunderstorm winds downed a few large

tree limbs.

Sandusky County

10 E Lindsey 0 0 4K

Several trees and large limbs reported

down from thunderstorm winds.

Lake County

Mentor 0 0 3K

A few large limbs along with a tree

were reported down from thunderstorm

winds.

Huron County

Clarksfield to 0 0 2K

Hartland

A tree was reported down in

Clarksfield, and a sign blown over in

Hartland from thunderstorm winds.

Stark County

North Canton 0 0 2K

A few large limbs downed from

thunderstorm winds.

Lorain County

Elyria 0 0 30K

Half dollar size hail was observed.

Other trained spotters in the area also

reported hail which ranged from penny

to quarter size at that same time.

Knox County

Fredericktown 0 0 10K

Several trees reported down from

thunderstorm winds.

Holmes County

Killbuck 0 0 10K

Several trees downed from thunderstorm

winds.

Marion County

Northwest Portion 0 0 50K

Thunderstorms dumped locally heavy

rains on the northwestern corner of

Marion County. Storm total radar

estimates from that part of the county

were 3 to 6 inches. Flooding occurred

in many low lying areas with several

roads closed at times. Most of this

flooding was near Meeker and Lame. Both

State Route 309 and 37 were flooded by

several inches of water and had to be

briefly closed.

Holmes County

Killbuck 0 0 10K

Thunderstorms dumped locally heavy rain

on portions of Holmes County. Automated

rain gages measured 1.18 inches in

Stillwell and 1.23 inches of rain at

Millersburg during a three hour period.

Some flooding was reported along State

Route 60 near Killbuck.

Knox County

North Portion 0 0 250K

Thunderstorms dumped torrential rains

on the northern portion of Knox County.

A spotter east of Fredericktown

measured 5.25 inches of rainfall

between 2 and 6 p.m. Widespread lowland

flooding occurred across northern Knox

County. Several roads were washed out

in the Fredericktown and Knox Lake

areas. Flood waters were several feet

deep on some roads. Extensive basement

flooding was also reported.

Huron County

New London 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Lorain County

Oberlin to 0 0 5K

South Amherst

Nickel size hail was observed. Several

other reports from the county also

contained observations of penny size

hail.

Hancock County

Findlay to 0 0 25K

1 W Van Buren

Numerous trees and power poles were

blown down. A semi truck was also blown

over from thunderstorm winds.

Richland County

Mansfield to 0 0

Lexington

Nickel size hail was observed.

Ottawa County

Genoa to 0 0 100K

Martin

Numerous trees, power lines, and power

poles downed from thunderstorm winds.

One tree was reported to have fallen on

a house. Two semi trucks were also

blown over.

Sandusky County

Woodville 0 0 2K

A few large limbs down.

Wayne County

Doylestown 0 0 2K

A few large limbs were reported down

from thunderstorm winds.

Geauga County

Middlefield 0 0

Nickel size hail was observed.

Ashland County

Nova 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Summit County

Greensburg 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Stark County

Uniontown 0 0 10K

Quarter size hail was observed.

Summit County

Portage Lakes 0 0 10K

Quarter size hail was observed.

Portage County

Randolph 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Portage County

Randolph 0 0 4K

Winds observed by a trained spotter

were estimated at 60 mph. There was

also a report from law enforcement that

two trees were downed from thunderstorm

winds.

Ashtabula County

1 NE Richmond Cente 0 0 4K

Two trees downed due to thunderstorm

winds.

Trumbull County

Youngstown Muni Arpt 0 0 5K

Winds at Youngstown Warren Regional

Airport were measured at 58 mph. Also,

across southern portions of the county,

trained spotters reported numerous

large limbs down.

Stark County

Massillon to 0 0 50K

Canton

Thunderstorms dumped between one and

two inches of rain on portions of Stark

County in a very short period of time.

1.93 inches of rain was measured by an

automated gage near Genoa in about 90

minutes. Widespread urban and lowland

flooding occurred between Massilon and

Canton. Water on some roadways was as

much as two feet deep.

Ashland County

Mifflin 0 0

Quarter size hail was observed near

Mifflin.

Morrow County

Iberia 0 0 4K

Thunderstorm winds downed one tree and

several large limbs south of Iberia.

Crawford County

4 N Galion 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Stark County

Canton to 0 0 20K

Louisville

Quarter size hail was observed on the

south side of Canton. A trained spotter

had reported that the hail had

accumulated on the ground to nearly an

inch before tapering off. Other trained

spotters had reported observing hail

varying from penny to quarter size from

Canton to Louisville.

Stark County

Canton 0 0 20K

A power company had reported several

power poles down in the Canton area.

Numerous large limbs were also reported

downed from thunderstorm winds.

Mahoning County

North Benton 0 0 5K

Nickel size hail was observed.

Ashland County

Hayesville to 0 0 10K

Jeromesville

Several trees were reported downed as

severe thunderstorms moved east through

central portions of the county.

Richland County

Bellville 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Wayne County

West Salem 0 0 4K

One tree and several large limbs downed

from thunderstorm winds.

Medina County

5 S Medina 0 0 10K

Several trees and large limbs down from

thunderstorm winds.

Ashtabula County

New Lyme to 0 0 100K

Rome

Lightning struck an oil well storage

tank in New Lyme Township around 6 p.m.

A second oil well was struck by

lightning at 6:54 p.m. in Rome

Township. Fires resulted from both of

these strikes. Oil was spilled at both

sites and cleanup crews had to be

dispatched to contain the spills.

Cuyahoga County

Broadview Hgts 0 0 50K

Thunderstorms dumped two to three

inches of rain on Broadview Heights in

less than 90 minutes. An off duty NWS

employee measured 2.24 inches by 7:30

p.m. Extensive lowland and urban

flooding occurred in Broadview Heights.

Several roads had to be closed because

of flood waters up 2 feet deep.

Ashtabula County

South Portion 0 0 50K

Thunderstorms dumped locally heavy

rains on the southern portion of

Ashtabula County. An estimated three

inches of rain fell in the Andover

area. Extensive flooding occurred in

Andover with several streets, including

U.S. Highway 6 briefly closed. Flood

waters greater than 6 inches deep were

also reported in Orwell.

Crawford County

Chatfield 0 0 2K

A few large limbs down.

Cuyahoga County

Brecksville 0 0 10K

Several trees downed due to

thunderstorm winds.

Wayne County

Wooster 0 0 10K

Several trees downed due to

thunderstorm winds.

Ottawa County

3 E Oak Harbor 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Stark County

5 N Massillon 0 0 2K

A few large limbs down.

Mahoning County

Youngstown 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Lucas County

Countywide 0 0 5K

Numerous large limbs reported down

across the county.

Hancock County

4 SW Rawson 0 0 2K

A few large limbs reported down.

Wood County

Bowling Green 0 0 2K

A few trees were reported down.

Ottawa County

Martin to 0 0 3K

Port Clinton

A tree and a few large limbs reported

down.

Sandusky County

5 SE Woodville 0 0 6K

A few trees reported down from severe

thunderstorm winds.

Seneca County

7 E Fostoria 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Wyandot County

Wharton 0 0 2K

A few large limbs were reported down.

Sandusky County

Green Spgs 0 0 4K

Many large limbs reported down.

Seneca County

Green Spgs 0 0 4K

Many large limbs reported down.

Erie County

Avery to 0 0 10K

Vermilion

A 60 mph wind gust was estimated by law

law in enforcement Avery. As the storm

progressed east, a 62 mph wind gust was

measured in Vermillion by a trained

spotter.

Huron County

Norwalk 0 0 10K

A trained spotter estimated winds at 60

mph, with several trees and powers

lines down.

Marion County

Marion 0 0 5K

Numerous trees and large limbs were

reported down from thunderstorm winds.

Also, railroad gate crossing bars were

broken due to severe thunderstorm

winds.

Lorain County

Avon 0 0 10K

A measured 63 mph wind gust was

reported by local law enforcement.

Morrow County

5 E Iberia 0 0 10K

Several trees and large limbs were

reported down.

Cuyahoga County

Warrensville Hgts 0 0 10K

Several trees reported down from

thunderstorm winds.

Medina County

Medina 0 0 6K

A few trees were reported down from

severe thunderstorm winds.

Ashland County

2 S Perrysville 0 0 2K

A few large limbs were reported down.

Richland County

Olivesburg 0 0

Winds were estimated by a trained

spotter at 60 mph.

Knox County

Countywide 0 0 10K

Several trees were reported down across

the county.

Wayne County

Wooster 0 0 10K

Several trees were reported down.

Cuyahoga County

Bedford 0 0 10K

Several trees and power lines down

reported from thunderstorm winds.

Summit County

Greensburg 0 0 6K

A few trees were reported down, which

also took down power lines in the area.

Ashtabula County

Austinburg 0 0 8K

Several large limbs and power lines

downed from severe thunderstorm winds.

Portage County

Atwater 0 0 4K

Two trees were reported down.

Trumbull County

North Bloomfield 0 0 2K

A few large limbs were reported down.

Mahoning County

Struthers 0 0

Penny size hail was observed.

Lucas County

Berkey 0 0 50K

A 73 mph wind gust was measured, which

snapped a 20 foot tall lightpost in

half and knocked down a windmill. A

paddle boat was lifted out of the water

and numerous trees and power lines were

downed. Nickel size hail was also

reported with this storm.

Hancock County

4 SW Rawson 0 0 15K

Numerous large limbs and radio antennas

blown down from severe thunderstorm

winds.

OHIO, Northwest

Van Wert County

Convoy to 0 0

1 S Scott

Spotters reported sustained winds of 50

mph with gusts to 60 mph in the Convoy

area, with the winds increasing to 70

mph as the storm passed south of Scott.

Williams County

West Unity 0 0

Large tree down across the road in West

Unity.

Defiance County

Defiance 0 0 5K

Trees and power lines were reported

down.

Putnam County

Continental 0 1 15K

A barn was blown down in the area. A RV

was rolled over on a nearby road. The

driver suffered minor injuries to a

foot as a result of the upset.

Paulding County

Paulding 0 0

Power lines were reported down in

Paulding.

Fulton County

7 SE Wauseon 0 0 5K

Trees and power lines reported down

southwest of Wauseon.

Henry County

Liberty Center 0 0

A estimated wind gust to 60 mph was

reported by spotters.

Allen County

Lafayette 0 0

A few trees were reported down near

Lafayette.

Putnam County

2.5 E Ottawa 0 0

Pictures and eyewitness reports

confirmed a large dust devil developed

on a clear and sunny day. This dust

devil extended over 100 feet into the

air as was easily visible. Local law

enforcement officials did track the

feature, with no damage being reported.

Williams County

2 SW Alvordton 0 0 5K

A tree as well as some power lines were

reported down across a road near

Kinkle.

Defiance County

Hicksville 0 0

Deflance County

12 E Hicksville 0 0

Three trees were blown down.

OHIO, Southeast

Athens County

Nelsonville 0 0 10K

Trees and large branches were knocked

down. One tree fell across a house.

Vinton County

Orland 0 0

Trees fell along Route 56.

Athens County

Chauncey 0 0

Large branches were blown down.

Athens County

Athens 0 0

A gust to 62 mph was measured at Ohio

University.

Jackson County

Wellston 0 0 5K

Several trees were blown down. A mobile

home was damaged.

Morgan County

Malta to 0 0

Mc Connelsville

Large branches were blown down causing

power outages.

Washington County

Waterford 0 0

Washington County

Lowell 0 0

Washington County

Reno 0 0

Large branches fell across Route 7.

Lawrence County

Coal Grove 0 0

Trees fell across roads.

Lawrence County

Burlington 0 0

Trees were blown down across roads.

OHIO, Southwest

Logan County

Middleburg 0 0 3K

One tree and a couple large limbs were

downed.

Mercer County

3 E Celina 0 0 8K

A wall was knocked down at a Bob Evans

restaurant under construction. The

construction site is located at the

intersection of State Route 29 and

Havemann Road.

Darke County

3 W New Weston 0 0

Mercer County

Celina 0 0 3K

Winds were estimated near 60 mph with

large limbs downed.

Darke County

Yorkshire 0 0 10K

Auglaize County

St Marys 0 0 5K

Numerous trees were downed across the

western part of the county.

Shelby County

Ft Loramie 0 0

Hardin County

Kenton 0 0 3K

Several large limbs were knocked down.

Clark County

2 E Springfield 0 0 3K

Power poles were downed.

Montgomery County

Kettering 0 0

Greene County

Beavercreek 0 0

Champaign County

6 N Urbana 0 0

OHZ054>055-065

0 0

Scattered thunderstorms producing

localized flooding across portions of

central Ohio. The storms produced

between two and three inches of rain

from central Madison county, east

across the Columbus metro area. Several

roads were flooded across the southern

Columbus suburbs between Grove City and

Pickerington.

OHZ026-044-055-065

0 0

Widely scattered thunderstorms dumped

up to two inches of rain in portions of

west central and central Ohio. Several

roads were flooded and impassible in

the Columbus metro area east into

northern Fairfield county. Water up to

four inches in depth entered the first

floor of a fire station in Kenton.

Fairfield County

6 NE Baltimore 0 0 3K

Four trees were knocked down.

Montgomery County

Germantown to 0 0 3K

Dayton

Two trees were downed.

Hamilton County

Newtown to 0 0 5K

Mt Washington

Trees were downed.

Highland County

Mowrystown to 0 0 5K

8 E Hillsboro

Trees were knocked down.

Clermont County

Nicholsville 0 0

Ross County

Chillicothe 0 0 3K

Trees were knocked down.

Clermont County

5 W Batavia 0 0 3K

Several trees were knocked down around

Eastgate.

Pike County

6 W Latham 0 0 3K

A few trees were downed.

Brown County

5 NW Georgetown 0 0 20K

A barn sustained structural damage

along Smokey Row Road. A nearby

workshed had its roof peeled off.

Several trees were also downed across

the area.

Ross County

Londonderry 0 0

OHZ073-077>078

0 0

Thunderstorms produced some flooding of

roads across portions of southwest and

southern Ohio during the afternoon.

Pike County

Countywide 0 0 6K

Numerous trees were knocked down,

especially east of US Route 23.

Adams County

Seaman to 0 0 15K

Peebles

A mobile home lost its roof to the

thunderstorm winds. A couple of trees

were also knocked down.

Hocking County

Starr 0 0 3K

A few trees were knocked down along

State Routes 56 and 328 in the southern

part of the county.

Adams County

Manchester to 0 0 5K

5 S West Union

Several trees were downed.

Scioto County

3 W West Portsmouth 0 0 3K

Trees and powerlines were downed.

Scioto Counly

Portsmouth 0 0 3K

A couple of trees were knocked down.

Darke County

New Madison 0 0

OHZ042-061

0 0

Isolated thunderstorms affected

portions of the Miami Valley during the

late afternoon and early evening.

Locally heavy rain caused flooding of

roads across the eastern portion of the

Dayton metro area, and over southern

Darke county.

Montgomery County

Kettering 0 0 10K

Numerous trees were also downed along

Stroop Road.

Hardin County

6 E Kenton 1 0

An Amish boy was killed when lightning

struck the tree he was leaning against.

He had taken shelter under the tree

from the thunderstorm. M15UT

Clinton County

Midland 0 0 10K

A silo was blown down.

Butler County

Hamilton 0 0 3K

A few trees were downed on the west

side of town.

Warren County

2 SE Lebanon 0 0 4K

Several trees and large limbs were

downed along Cook Road. Patio furniture

was displaced from a residence in the

Lakeshore Landing neighborhood off of

Cook Road.

Warren County

4 N Lebanon 0 0 3K

Trees were knocked down.

Darke County

New Madison 0 0

Madison County

3 E London to 0 0 3K

West Jefferson

Several trees and large limbs were

downed.

Franklin County

2 W Upper Arlington 0 0

Greene County

Xenia 0 0 3K

Trees were knocked down.

Licking County

Newark 0 0 10K

A 30-foot by 30-foot section of a roof

was ripped off of a building on the

southeast side of town. A construction

trailer was turned on its side, and a

steel overhang was pulled off of a

home, causing minor damage to a wall.

Madison County

3 W Mt Sterling 0 0

Warren County

4 E Waynesville 0 0 3K

Two trees were downed on the west side

of Caesar Creek State Park. Penny size

hail also fell for a short period.

Pickaway County

4 W Orient 0 0 3K

Several 20-inch tree limbs were downed

along London Road.

Clark County

South Charleston 0 0 10K

OHZ054

0 0

Thunderstorms produced heavy rain

across portions of eastern Madison

county during the afternoon. A barn was

flooded to the south of West Jefferson.

Delaware County

Ostrander 0 0

Trees were also downed.

Franklin County

2 NE Grove City 1 2

A man at the Phoenix Golf Links was

struck by lightning and killed. Two

other men in his party were injured by

the lightning strike.

M42GF

Franklin County

Bexley to 0 0 10K

Whitehall

Darke County

Greenville 0 0

Darke County

3 E Greenville 0 0

Ross County

2 NW Chillicothe 1 5

An inmate in the yard at the Chillico

the Correctional Institute was struck

and killed by lightning. Five others

were injured by the lightning strike.

M400U

Clark County

4 E Enon 0 0 3K

Trees were downed near the intersection

of Old Mill and Rocky Point Roads.

Greene County

2 E Fairborn 0 0 3K

A few trees were knocked down along

Armstrong Road.

Clark County

Donnelsville 0 0 3K

Trees and power poles were knocked

down.

Miami County

Tipp City 0 0 2K

One tree and power lines were downed.

Greene County

Beavercreek 0 0 3K

Several trees and power lines were

downed.

Franklin County

Grandview Hgts to 0 0 5K

Bexley

Trees were downed.

OHZ042-051-051-053-

055-060-062-070>072-

077

0 0

Scattered thunderstorms affected the

Miami Valley and pportions of southwest

Ohio during the afternoon. One to two

inches of rain fell across this area,

causing several roads to flood.

Additional thunderstorms developed into

a mesoscale convective complex during

the evening and moved southeast across

these same areas. another one to two

inches fell across much of southwest

Ohio, with numerous roads becoming

flooded and impassible. Many streams

and creeks rose out of their banks. A

portion of the roof of the Elder

Beerman Store in the Middletown Mall

collapsed due to the weight of the

water on the roof.

Greene County

Spring Vly 0 0 3K

A few trees were knocked down.

Greene County

Jamestown 0 0 3K

Trees were downed.

Licking County

Johnstown to 0 0 5K

Homer

Trees were downed on Oregon Street in

Johnstown, and near the intersection of

State Route 661 and Homer Road.

Ross County

Massieville 0 0 3K

Large limbs were knocked down.

Warren County

Waynesville to 0 0 6K

1 W Morrow

Power lines were downed, and a tree

fell on a car in Hamilton Township.

Clinton County

5 SW Wilmington 0 0

The 58 mph measured gust occurred along

State Route 730 near Cowan Lake.

Licking County

Granville 0 0 3K

Several large limbs were knocked down.

Warren County

2 NE Springboro 0 1

A man, age unkown, was struck by

lightning at a construction site.

Fairfield County

Baltimore to 0 0 5K

Bremen

Trees were downed.

Scioto County

4 N Barden 0 0 10K

A fifteen foot shed was blown into a

utility pole.

Hamilton County

North College Hill to 0 0 6K

Hyde Park

Numerous trees were downed just to the

north and east of downtown Cincinnati.

Hamilton County

1 E The Vlg Of Indian 0 0 3K

Trees were downed.

Darke County

1 N Palestine 0 0 8K

Numerous trees were downed as well.

Darke County

New Madison 0 0 4K

Trees and power lines were knocked

down.

Preble County

2 S Eaton 0 0 3K

A few large limbs were downed.

Montgomery County

3 S Trotwood 0 0 8K

Several six- to eight-inch diameter

trees were downed.

Montgomery County

New Lebanon 0 0

Greene County

Beavercreek 0 0

Montgomery County

Dayton to 0 0 8K

Centerville

Several large trees were downed across

the southern Dayton metro area. An

eight-foot diameter tree fell on a

house.

Butler County

3 NE Oxford 0 0 3K

Two trees were downed near the

intersections of Hamilton-Eaton and

Somersville Roads.

Warren County

Springboro to 0 0 5K

Waynesville

Trees and power lines were knocked

down.

Clinton County

Wilmington 0 0 3K

Several trees were downed.

Location Character of Storm

NORTH CAROLINA, Central

Forsyth County

Winston Salem Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Three to four trees were blown down on

Davis Road.

Warren County

Macon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large tree limbs were blown down,

covering US Highway 158.

Durham County

1 N Durham Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail reported at the Durham

Correctional Center.

Warren County

Warrenton Hail (0.75)

Forsyth County

Winston Salem Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down and an

outbuilding was damaged on Westview

Drive.

Franklin County

Franklinton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down near US Highway 1

Montgomery County

2 E Mt Gilead Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines were blown down

near NC 731.

Alamance County

Burlington Arpt Hail (0.75)

Dime to penny sized hail at Burlington-

Alamance Regional Airport. 48 mph wind

gust also measured, and a 100-year-old

maple tree fell on a home built in the

early 1900s on Kirkpatrick Road in

Burlington.

Alamance County

Graham Flash Flood

Businesses were flooded in town, along

Highways 87, 54 and 49.

Davidson County

5 N Lexington Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Power lines were blown down.

Wake County

4 N Raleigh Flash Flood

One and a half feet of water covered

the intersection of Falls of the Neuse

and Spring Forest Roads. The flood

waters floated an SUV.

Wake County

4 N Raleigh Hail (1.00)

Quarter sized hail was reported at the

intersection of Sandy Forks and Falls

of the Neuse Roads. Numerous reports of

dime sized hail elsewhere in Raleigh.

Wake County

1 W Morrisville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down on power lines on

Highway 55 and Carpenter Road.

NORTH CAROLINA, Central

Edgecombe County

5 E Rocky Mt Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down along US Highway

64 Alternate between Rocky Mount and

Kingsboro.

Wake County

Raleigh Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Five power poles were blown down with

the wires still live, trapping thirteen

people in eight different vehicles at

Blue Ridge Road and Wade Avenue.

Chatham County

5 NW Moncure Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down.

Wake County

4 N Raleigh Flash Flood

Several inches of water covered the

intersection of Falls of the Neuse and

Spring Forest Roads. Flood waters

floated another vehicle, which blocked

the intersection. 1.3 inches of rain

fell in 20 minutes at Edwards Mill Road

and Laurel Drive.

Chatham County

Wilsonville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down.

Cumberland County

Fayetteville Flash Flood

About six inches of water covered the

floors of businesses on Franklin Street

after water backed out of a storm

drainage system, covering the street,

flooding buildings and the parking lot

for the Police Department. Cross Creek

overflowed its banks and left mud on

streets, sidewalks, and parking lots.

Twenty streets were closed due to

flooding.

Moore County

5 S Robbins Flash Flood

Mt. Carmel Road closed due to high

water from creek overflowing its banks.

Anson County

Ansonville Hail (0.75)

Penny sized hail reported on US

Highway 52.

Davidson County

5 NE Lexington Hail (0.75)

Marble to penny sized hail along US

Highway 29 between Thomasville and

Lexington.

Orange County

Efland Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down.

Stanly County

Cottonville Flash Flood

Secondary roads and bridges were under

water.

NORTH CAROLINA, Central Coastal

Dare County

Manteo Hail (0.75)

Pea to penny sized hail reported.

Dare County

Nags Head Rip Current

An Illinois man was drowned in a rip

current on a Nags Head beach. The man

was pulled from the water by

lifeguards, and pronounced dead later

in the afternoon at an area hospital.

M401 W

Carteret County

10 W Atlantic Beach to Tornado (F0)

11 W Atlantic Beach

A waterspout moved onshore from the

Atlantic side of Emerald Isle, and

moved west for one mile before

dissipating. A trained spotter reported

shingles and tree limbs down on Lee

Avenue. Tree damage was reported near

the Emerald Isle Police Department.

NORTH CAROLINA, Extreme Southwest

Cherokee County

Murphy Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Numerous trees down countywide.

Reported by the Sheriffs Office.

Cherokee County

Murphy Hail (1.75)

Golfball-size hail reported in Murphy,

by the public.

NORTH CAROLINA, North Coastal

NONE REPORTED.

NORTH CAROLINA, Northwest and North Central

Stokes County

Pine Hall Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Rockingham County

7 E Ayersville Hail (0.75)

Thunderstorm winds during the evening

of 6th downed trees in Pine Hill in

Stokes county. A thunderstorms during

the evening of the 6th produced penny

sized hail 7 miles east of Ayersville.

Stokes County

Pinnacle Hail (1.00)

Stokes County

King Hail (0.75)

A severe thunderstorm during the

afternoon of the 7th produced hail up

to quarter sized in Stokes county.

Stokes County

Danbury Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Thunderstorm winds downed trees in the

town of Danbury on the evening of the

21st.

NORTH CAROLINA, South Coastal

NONE REPORTED.

NORTH CAROLINA, Southwest

NCZ082

Flood

After a night of moderate to heavy

rain, flooding developed along some

creeks in the northern part of the

county during the morning. The first

stream that flooded was Goose Creek,

which flooded near the intersection of

highways 601 and 218. Flooding from the

South Fork of Crooked Creek later

threatened a home on station road.

Several roads were closed because of

high water, including Goldmine, Mill

Grove, and Matthew-Weddington roads.

NCZ072

Flood

Flooding first began along several

creeks in the Midland area, including

Clear, Muddy, and Little Meadow, as

well as some small tributaries of the

Rocky River. Later in the morning, the

Rocky River flooded in the northwest

part of the county, near Poplar Tent

Rd. Several roads were closed due to

high water, including Hopewell Church

Rd, where several homes were surrounded

by high water.

Buncombe County

Asheville Hail (0.88)

Transylvania County

Rosman Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees blown down.

Henderson County

Hendersonville Hail (0.88)

Burke County

Chesterfield Hail (0.75)

Burke County

Chesterfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Polk County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous trees down across the county.

Graham County

Fontana Vlg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees down around Fontana Lake

and highway 28.

Cabarrus County

8 NE Cabarrus Flash Flood

A severe thunderstorm produced extreme-

ly heavy rainfall across northern por-

tions of Cabarrus County. A spotter

reported several roads under as much as

a foot of water, including portions of

Sisk-Carter Rd and Shuping Mill Rd.

Rowan County

Granite Quarry to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Salisbury

Several trees and power lines blown

down in the Granite Quarry area. Part

of a large tree snapped and another

tree blown over in Salisbury.

Cabarrus County

4 ESE Kannapolis Hail (1.00)

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte Flash Flood

A tributary of Little Sugar Creek

flooded Bradbury and Montford drives in

south Charlotte. Two vehicles were

trapped in flood water, and their

drivers had to be rescued. Several

homes were threatened for a while, and

at least 1 home had water up to the top

of the front porch.

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte Lightning

Lightning ignited fires at 2 homes.

Caldwell County

Lenoir Flash Flood

Severe urban flooding in Lenoir, with

cars stalled out on highway 18, Creek-

way Dr, and Morganton Bvd. Several

small creeks also flooded in the

vicinity of town. Water entered the

basements of several homes and busi-

nesses, including the Emergency

Services building.

NCZ034

Landslide

Several mudslides around the city

accompanied a flash flood. One mudslide

took down a utility pole and destroyed

part of a parking lot. Another col-

lapsed a retaining wall, which in turn

damaged a sewer line.

Caldwell County

Lenoir Flash Flood

For the second consecutive evening,

severe urban flooding developed in

Lenoir and small streams flooded around

town. Several roads were closed

throughout the city.

Caldwell County

5 ENE Lenoir Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees blown down. Report of

funnel in the same area.

Swain County

10 SW Bryson City Flash Flood

A very small, but persistent rain

shower produced 5 inches of rain in 2

hours, resulting in flash flooding in a

small area in the Wesser community.

Wesser Creek flooded near its con-

fluence with the Nantahala River, co-

vering several roads with water. Water

entered several homes in this area as

well.

Gaston County

Gastonia Flash Flood

A creek overflowed its banks, flooding

part of Franklin Bvd.

Cabarrus County

5 SW Kannapolis Flash Flood

Flooding of Poplar Tent and Odell

Schools roads west and southwest of

Kannapolis.

Mecklenburg County

Charlotte Flash Flood

A small creek overflowed its banks near

Statevitle Ave, with water surrounding

a home. At least one road was covered

with water.

Rowan County

6 SSW Salisbury Flash Flood

Webb Road flooded in the vicinity of

Glover Rd and Mt Hope Church Rd. Report

of 10 to 12 inches of water covering

Old Concord Rd in this same area.

Haywood County

Waynesville Flash Flood

Richland Creek flooded Riverbend Rd.

NCZ059-063

Flood

NCZ062

Flood

Flooding developed on the Cullasaja

River and some of its tributaries bet-

ween the communities of Cullasaja and

Highlands, closing several roads and

forcing the evacuation of a campground.

The rising fiver washed out a new sewer

line near Wells Grove Rd. Flooded tri-

butaries included Nickajack Creek and

Turtle Pond Creek, which forced evacua-

tion of at least 1 residence. Closed

roads included Turtle Pond Creek and

River Roads. A 2-day rainfall total of

7.9 inches was reported at Scaly

Mountain.

NCZ064

Flood

Flooding developed first along the

Davidson River in Pisgah National

Forest, tbrcing a road closure. A sec-

tion of highway 64 was closed near

Sapphire. Other road closures included

Richland Creek Rd in Lake Toxaway.

Haywood County

Canton Hail (0.75)

Haywood County

Waynesville Hail (1.00)

Haywood County

14 NNE Waynesville Hail (0.88)

Hail up to the size of nickels piled up

along the side of the road in the Fines

Creek area.

Macon County

Highlands Flash Flood

Street flooding in Highlands, at least

part of the flooding was due to Mill

Creek overflowing its banks.

Mecklenburg County

10 NW Charlotte Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A couple trees down in the Lake Norman

area.

Mecklenburg County

l0 NW Charlotte Hail (0.88)

Gaston County

Belmont to Hail (0.88)

Mt Holly

Hail of unknown size at the intersec-

tion of I-85 and highway 273 and along

highway 74 at the Catawba River in the

Belmont area. Pea to nickel size hail

in Mt Holly.

Gaston County

Belmont to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Mt Holly

3 inch diamter limbs down.

Mecklenburg County

11 SW Charlotte Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A couple trees down in the Carowinds

area.

Lincoln County

l WSW Lineolnton to Hail (1.00)

4 W Lineolnton

Nickel to quarter sized hail at the

intersection of highways 182 and 27.

Caldwell County

Granite Falls Hail (0.75)

Catawba County

Longview Hail (0.75)

Dime hail at the intersection of 23rd

St and highway 70.

Burke County

Pleasant Grove Brke Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Numerous trees blown down across the

entire county, with most trees down in

Pleasant Grove.

Burke County

Valdese Heavy Rain

A small pond overflowed near Valdese,

flooding part of highway 10. This

typically happens during heavy rain.

Rutherford County

5 N Forest City Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees down near Forest City, some on

roads and houses, and power lines down

on highway 221 south of Rutherfordton.

Rutherford County

5 N Forest City Hail (0.75)

Jackson County

Cullowhee Hail (0.75)

Jackson County

Cullowhee Flash Flood

Flooding of creeks with water beginning

to threaten trailer parks.

Madison County

Marshall Flash Flood

Creeks came out of their banks around

Marshall. Water covered portions of

highway 213 at the junction of highways

25 and 70. Rollins Rd was also covered

with water.

Transylvania County

4 E Brevard Hail (0.75)

Reported at Pisgah Forest.

Transylvania County

7 NE Brevard Hail (0.88)

Henderson County

10 NW Hendersonville Hail (0.75)

Transylvania County

6 ENE Brevard Hail (0.50)

Mainly pea size hail fell for about 30

minutes and accumulated to a depth of 3

incehs in the Penrose area. The hail

was still on the ground the next day.

County reported damage to apple crops.

There was a rumor of golfball size hail

in this area as well, but this could

not be confirmed.

Macon County

Highlands Lightning

Lightning hit a gas line on Flat

Mountain Rd, which caused a nereby

house to catch fire.

Jackson County

13 SSE Sylva Lightning

Lightning sparked a fire out an out-

building on Cowee Ridge. The structure

was destroyed.

Henderson County

Hendersonville Lightning

Lightning ignited a house fire near the

Laurel Park Shopping center. The fire

destroyed much of the roof.

Henderson County

Countywide Flash Flood

Flooding began around Hendersonville,

where portions of highway 25 were under

water. Highway 64 was covered with

water near Endeyville. Numerous other

roads flooded across the county, some

due to poor drainage, others due to

flooding streams, which included Mud

Creek and Clear Creek. At least 16

roads were closed across the county

during the event. By around sunrise,

flooding was quite severe, as 6 moto-

rists required rescue from submerged

vehicles. A lake overflowed at Camp

Judea near Edneyville, damaging several

vehicles and cabins, and necessitating

evacuation of 175 campers.

Polk County

3 W Tryon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down on highway 176 between Tryon

and Saluda.

Rutherford County

Rutherfordton Lightning

Tree trees snapped off by lightning.

Jackson County

Cashiers Lightning

Lightning sparked a house fire, causing

extensive damage to the structure and

its contents.

Madison County

7 W Marshall Flash Flood

Big Pine Creek flooded several roads

and trapped some residents in their

homes. Several private bridges and

culverts were washed out.

Gaston County

Gastonia Lightning

Lightning sparked several structural

fires in the county.

Rutherford County

Forest City Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees also down in Spindale around the

same time.

Polk County

7 W Columbus Heavy Rain

A mudslide was reported on Holbert Cove

Rd and a culvert was washed out on

Skyuka Mountain Rd.

Union County

Countywide Flash Flood

Flooding began across the county with

severe urban and poor drainage

flooding, mainly in areas from Monroe

to Matthews. Several major roads were

flooded through Monroe, including high-

way 74 and Rocky River Rd. By early

afternoon, flooding had become quite

serious across the county, as a few

overflowing creeks and streams contri-

buted to the problem. Flooded creeks

included Stump Lick Branch, Bearskin

Creek, and Stewarts Creek. In all, 30

to 35 roads were closed across the

county due to high water.

Burke County

Morganton Lightning

A person was struck by lightning.

Mcdowell County

Dysortville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Burke County

Morganton Lightning

A womans lace was burned when the phone

she was talking on exploded during a

power surge caused by lightning.

Burke County

10 W Morganton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees, large limbs, and an awning blown

down at Lake James campground at

Benfield Landing.

Iredeli County

9 N Turnersburg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and a large limbs down on Warren

Bridge Rd near the Wilkes County line.

NORTH DAKOTA Central and West

Bottineau County

6 S Souris Hail (0.75)

Heavy rainfall accompanied this storm.

Renville County

1 W Glenburn Funnel Cloud

Morton County

13 SE New Salem Hail (1.25)

Morton County

10 SW Mandan to Funnel Cloud

10 W Mandan

Several funnel clouds observed.

Sioux County

9 N Selfridge Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Morton County

Glen Ullin Hail (0.88)

Adams County

19 NE Hettinger Hail (0.75)

Hettinger County

11 S Mott to Tornado (F1)

5 E Mott

The tornado destroyed a barn. At one

time there were two tornadoes on the

ground at the same time from the same

thunderstorm cell.

Morton County

10 W New Salem Hail (1.00)

Morton County

Hebron Hail (0.88)

Stark County

Richardton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Dumpster tipped over by the strong

winds. Dime size hail accompanied the

storm.

Hettinger County

1 W Burt to Tornado (F1)

16 N Burt

Tornado remained in open country

destroying a barn 1 northwest of Burt.

Morton County

10 S Hebron Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Numerous trees uprooted. Nickel size

hail reported with the storm. Report

from NDHP trooper.

Stark County

5 SE Lefor to Tornado (FI)

6 E Lefor

Tornado touched down in residence yard.

A corral partly down and roof torn off

a shed. Several trees uprooted. Penny

size hail accompanied the storm.

Bottineau County

Souris Heavy Rain

Storm total rainfall was estimated at

4.00 inches.

Morton County

Hebron Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Mclean County

Max Flash Flood

Heavy rainfall up to 4 inches resulted

in water flowing from the streets into

homes and businesses. A total of 36

properties affected by water.

Ward County

8 S Minot Flash Flood

Public reported a foot of water over

highway 83.

Ward County

Surrey Flash Flood

Driveways were washed out and 10

bridges were damaged as water flowed

over them. Area from Surrey to Sawyer

hardest hit. Road department had to

breach Ward County Road 14 east of ND52

to relieve flooding. One home com-

pletely submerged in water.

Bottineau County

Souris Flash Flood

The townships of Dahlen, Harman,

Peabody, Scandia, Starbuck and Edisvold

greatly impacted. Ten home basements

full of water as it flowed across roads

and fields into homes. Souris reported

6 inches of rain in a few hours. Seve-

ral gravel county roads washed out.

Water penetrated gasoline tank with 500

gallons lost. USDA determined rainfall

totaled 7 inches and 150,000 acres of

crops were impacted on 200 farms.

Renville County

2 E Glenburn to Flash Flood

5 SE Glenburn

Roads under water and closed to

traffic.

Mchenry County

Granville to Flash Flood

Upham

Heavy rainfall up to 4.40 inches fell

at Deering and 4.75 inches reported

just west of Upham. Burlington Northern

Santa Fe Railroad track was under water

near Deering. A foot of water rushing

over some county roads washing out some

gravel ones … especially south and

west of Granville.

Stutsman County

Jamestown Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

Emergency Manager reported in the city

of Jamestown a tree fell on a mobile

home with extensive damage. Numerous

tree branches down. Some street signs

were bent.

Grant County

5 N Lark to Tornado (F0)

6 N Lark

Tornado touched down in open country

causing no damage.

Slope County

16 SE Amidon Hail (0.75)

Golden Valley County

Golva Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Hettinger County

New England Hail (0.88)

Stark County

Belfield Hail (0.75)

Stark County

Belfield to Tornado (F1)

1 NE Belfield

Tornado touched down on the northeast

side of Belfield in a residence yard.

Tornado tore a 5 foot handman jack from

under a school bus and threw it through

the roof of a house. A storage shed was

moved 200 feet and destroyed. A 1200

bushel grain bin was carried 500 feet

and destroyed.

Adams County

7 NW Hettinger Funnel Cloud

Williams County

10 S Tioga Hail (1.75)

Emmons County

Strasburg Hail (1.00)

Wind gust up to 50 mph accompanied the

storm and hail.

Burleigh County

3 SE Bismarck Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

One inch diameter trees were snapped in

half and roof blown offa mobile home.

Burleigh County

3 SE Bismarck Arpt to Tornado (FI)

4 SE Bismarck Arpt

Tornado briefly touched down in the

Lincoln Meadows Trailor Park. The

tornado ripped a roof off one home and

threw it several feet onto a half ton

pickup truck. Truck was totaled.

Another mobile home was lifted two feet

off its foundation. Two other homes

received external damage. Several trees

were uprooted.

Burleigh County

Bismarck Hail (0.75)

Hail reported in the northeast part of

the city of Bismarck.

Morton County

15 WNW Mandan Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

A parked 24 foot pull type camper spun

around in the high winds.

Bottineau County

Lansford Hail (0.75)

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer

in Lansford.

Dickey County

Fullerton Thunderstorm Wind (G59)

Dickey County

7 N Ellendale Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Quarter inch hail accompanied the high

winds.

La Moure County

La Moure Hail (1.00)

La Moure County

9 N Verona Lightning

Barn struck by lightning and started it

on fire. The fire completely destroyed

the barn.

Grant County

Carson Hail (l.00)

Sioux County

Ft Yates Hail (0.88)

Very heavy rain accompanied the hail.

Rainfall of 3 to 4.2 inches.

Sioux County

Ft Yates Hail (0.75)

Rainfall of 2.50 to 3 inches accompa-

nied the hail.

Emmons County

19 W Strasburg Tornado (F0)

Tornado briefly touched down in open

country near Highway 1804. Nothing

damaged.

Sioux County

Selfridge Flash Flood

Flash flooding was occurring along

Highway 6 from the junction of Highway

24 southward to the South Dakota

border. Sioux County Sheriff advised no

travel. Roadway under water in many

places.

Emmons County

3 SSW Strasburg Hail (1.00)

Nickel to quarter size hail fell in an

area from Westfield to Strasburg. The

hail wiped out the sunflower crop. Two

foot drifts of hail was reported when

the storm ended. The hail also knocked

out some windows.

Emmons County

2 N Linton Thunderstorm Wind (G6I)

Emmons County

1 NW Strasburg Hail (1.00)

Heavy rain accompanied the hail.

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Emmons County

l N Hague Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Pole barn destroyed. Hail to 1 inch in

diameter accompanied the winds.

Emmons County

Strasburg Hail (1.00)

Sioux County

Ft Yates Flash Flood

Water up to 8 inches covered Highway

24.

Sioux County

Selfridge to Flash Flood

7 N Selfridge

Flash flooding from Selfridge to 7

miles north of Selfridge produced a

foot of water running over Highway 6.

Rainfall of 3.30 inches fell in a 1

hour time frame.

Mcintosh County

Wishek Hail (0.75)

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Emmons County

3 E Strasburg Hail (1.75)

Logan County

Burnstad Thunderstorm Wind (G57)

USDA reported 60 percent loss of small

grain, 40 percent loss of corn, sun-

flowers, soybeans and alfalfa, and 30

percent loss of mixed forage from high

winds and hail. 0.75 inch hail accom-

panied the storm.

Logan County

Napoleon Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Emmons County

3 E Strasburg Hail (1.75)

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Mcintosh County

Wishek Hail (1.75)

Logan County

5 SE Burnstad Hail (0.75)

Winds up to 50 mph and heavy rainfall

of 2.40 inches accompanied the storm.

Logan County

1 N Lehr Hail (0.88)

La Moure County

Edgeley Flash Flood

A severe storm produced 4 inches of

rain which sent a wall of water 3 feet

high into the lower parts of Edgeley.

Several cars floated away with 15 homes

flooded.

Dickey County

3 S Merricourt Flash Flood

A foot of water reported over many

roads destroying several county and

township roads. Several fences washed

out.

Dickey County

Ellendale Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Dickey County

2 S Merricourt Tornado (F0)

Tornado briefly touched down in open

country.

Dickey County

3 S Merricourt Hail (0.88)

Heavy rain accompanied the hail

flooding several roads and washing out

fences.

La Moure County

Berlin Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

The wind tore down a 12 inch diameter

tree. Up to one inch of rainfall accom-

panied the storm.

Dickey County

Forbes Hail (0.88)

Bowman County

Rhame Hall (1.00)

Stark County

3 W Dickinson Hail (1.00)

Stark County

5 S Dickinson Thunderstorm Wind (G73)

Large hail accompanied the severe storm

causing major damage to homes, busi-

nesses, vehicles and other buildings.

Wind ASOS measured.

Stark County

Dickinson Hail (3.00)

Numerous homes, businesses, vehicles

and other builds sustained major damage

from the baseball size hail. Strong

winds to 84 mph accompanied the large

hail.

Bowman County

7 W Bowman to Hail (1.00)

Bowman

Wind gust to 50 mph accompanied the

hail.

Stark County

Dickinson Hail (1.75)

Hettinger County

New England Hail (1.00)

Mercer County

Hazen Hail (2.25)

Stark County

Richardton Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Reported by a NWS cooperative observer.

Mercer County

Beulah Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Tree limbs down.

Ward County

Ryder Hail (1.00)

Reported by the Air Force Missile Crew

at Ryder.

Ward County

8 S Minot Hail (1.75)

Oliver County

Center Hail (1.00)

Ward County

14 S Minor Hail (1.00)

Oliver County

Center Hail (1.75)

Mercer County

Hazen Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Mclean County

Washburn Hail (0.88)

Oliver County

Center Hail (1.00)

Pierce County

8 S Silva to Tornado (FI)

8 SSE Silva

Tornado touched down 8 miles south of

Silva near Long Lake. It moved east-

northeast and crossed into Benson

County, Grand Forks NWS County Warning

Area. Damage to high voltage transmis-

sion lines partly due to the tornado

and partly due to 110 mph estimated

wind gusts listed as a seperate entry.

Pierce County

6 SW Silva to Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

4 SE Silva

Six (6) miles of 230 KV high voltage

transmission lines down.

Logan County

10 E Napoleon Hail (0.75)

ARB observer reports penny size hail.

Stutsman County

Montpelier Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

70 mph winds and very heavy rain.

Williams County

13 W Williston Hail (1.00)

Williams County

Williston Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Wind speed 58 mph or higher for dura-

tion of event. Peak of 69 mph at 233 AM

CST and 234 AM CST. Numerous large

trees down from Williston to Trenton

area. Wind ASOS measured.

Williams County

Trenton Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Estimated wind gust 80 mph blew two

grain bins off their foundations, one

moved 1000 feet away and the other 40

feet. 1 inch hail also reported. Winds

in excess of 55 mph between 235 AM CST

and 245 AM CST.

Mckenzie County

Watford City Hail (0.75)

Also strong winds during event.

Burke County

Powers Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

Renville County

1 S Tolley Hail (1.75)

Bottineau County

10 N Bottineau Hail (0.88)

Golden Valley County

3 SE Trotters to Hail (0.75)

3 SSE Trotters

Bowman County

Bowman Hail (0.88)

Sioux County

13 SW Solen to Tornado (F0)

11 SW Solen

No damage.

Mountrail County

10 S New Town Heavy Rain

5.00 inches of rain at Van Hook.

Mountrail County

New Town Flash Flood

Streets flooded in New Town, 6 inches

deep.

Bowman County

7 S Bowman Hail (2.50)

Ward County

Berthold Flash Flood

Flash flood affected area from Berthold

to Carpio and Foxholm. NDDOT and NDHP

closed Highway 52 from Carpio to

Foxholm because a bridge between the

two cities was washed out from the

flash flood. Homes flooded in Berthold.

Renville County

Glenburn to Flash Flood

5 W Glenburn

Flash flood from Glenburn to 5 miles

west Glenburn. Deep water 2 to 3 feet

in fields. Water flowed into homes.

Some roads under water.

Bottineau County

Lansford Flash Flood

Street flooding.

Sioux County

4 SW Solen to Tornado (F0)

2 SW Solen

No damage reported. Tornado in open

field.

Bottineau County

10 E Lansford Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Morton County

Huff Hail (0.75)

Hettinger County

Regent Hail (1.75)

1 inch of rain in 15 minutes.

Mchenry County

8 N Deering Hail (0.75)

Renville County

Glenburn Hail (1.00)

Bottineau County

Newburg Hail (1.00)

Adams County

Reeder Hail (1.00)

40 to 50 mph winds.

Hettinger County

Regent Hail (1.50)

Hettinger County

4 S Mott to Tornado (F1)

2 E Mott

F1 damage on a farm 4 miles south of

Mott. Five grain bins destroyed and a

barn heavily damaged.

Ward County

Minot Flash Flood

Underpasses flooded. Water over some

county roads 6 inches deep.

Hettinger County

3 S Burt to Tornado (F1)

2 E Burt

Damage to farm yard fences and

equipment.

Dickey County

Oakes Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Roof damage on home from winds.

Mclean County

Garrison Flash Flood

Streets flooded after receiving 2

inches of rain in a short time.

Grant County

Elgin Hail (1.75)

Nickel to golf ball hail.

Bottineau County

5 NE Newburg Flash Flood

8 inches of water over county roads

following 2.6 inches of rain.

Bottineau County

5 NE Newburg Hail (1.00)

Burleigh County

Bismarck Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail in north Bismarck.

Burleigh County

Bismarck Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail in south Bismarck.

Rolette County

Dunscith Flash Flood

Road washed out due to high water

flowing over it. Utility lines exposed

under road.

Morton County

St Anthony Thunderstorm Wind (G63)

Thunderstorm wind sustained 52 mph with

gusts to 76 mph.

Kidder County

1 SE Tuttle Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

High winds blew a barn down one (1)

mile southeast of Tuttle. Two homes

damaged due to trees falling on them.

Airplane hanger and quonset destroyed.

Extensive damage to a rural electric

cooperative, knocking down seven

aluminum poles and two high-voltage

transformers. Quarter size hail accom-

panied the storm.

Golden Valley County

8 SE Beach Hail (0.75)

Heavy rain and frequent lightning.

Rolette County

2 SE Rolette Hail (1.00)

No damage reported.

Ward County

Minot Flash Flood

Dunn County

Halliday Flash Flood

Pierce County

5 SE Orrin to Flash Flood

15 SE Orrin

Water several feet deep in some fields.

Water from culverts flowing over county

roads.

Mchenry County

10 NE Karlsruhe to Flash Flood

10 E Karlsruhe

Kidder County

Steele Flash Flood

Damage to roads and buildings in the

Steele area.

NORTH DAKOTA, East

NDZ014>015-026

Flood

June 2005 was an excessively wet month,

with a number of rain events over the

Devils Lake basin. For the month,

National Weather Service cooperative

observers measured 9.06 inches of rain

at Minnewaukan, 7.46 inches of rain at

Edmore, 7.32 inches of rain in the city

of Devils Lake, and 5.23 inches of rain

at Petersburg. Additional NDAWN mesonet

reports included 8.49 inches near

Baker, 5.70 inches near Crary, and 4.55

inches near Michigan. Runoff continued

into Devils Lake, which now covered

134,000 acres. Devils Lake began the

month around 1448.30 feet MSL and ended

the month around 1448.75 feet MSL. Flow

continued through the Jerusalem Coulee

into Stump Lake, which now covered

10,000 acres. Stump Lake began the

month around 1428.40 feet MSL and ended

the month around 1430 feet MSL. The

rising Stump Lake threatened several

homes. The three-county region was part

of a Presidential disaster declaration,

due to excessive rainfall and severe

weather during the month.

Traill County

Buxton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A tree was blown onto the postmaster’s

car at the post office. The vehicle was

totalled.

Steele County

3 S Finley Flash Flood

Four inches of rain fell in less than 2

hours on top of already saturated

ground. One bridge was washed out.

Steele County

7 S Finley Flash Flood

Water flowed over highway 32 about 7

miles south of Finley.

Barnes County

Sibley Flash Flood

4 to 7 inches of rain fell in a four

hour period. Three houses were flooded

due to excessive runoff from the heavy

rain. One house had main floor flooding

while the other two had flooding in

their garage and shop areas. Lake

Ashtabula rose around 6 inches in four

hours. Gravel roads accessing the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers campgrounds

southwest of Sibley were washed out.

Barnes County

13 N Valley City Flash Flood

4 to 7 inches of rain fell in a four

hour period. Water flowed across two

county roads and cut them down to the

culverts.

Steele County

4 SE Finley Flash Flood

Excessive runoff from heavy rains

washed out a bridge.

Riehland County

Wahpeton Flash Flood

About 2.5 inches of rain fell in an

hour, flooding several city streets.

Some basement flooding and sewer backup

was reported. A car and a minivan were

both flooded by high water on one

street, which didn’t drain for nearly 4

hours. Fifth street south in Wahpeton

was hit the hardest.

Ransom County

7 SSW Englevale Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

A portion of a barn wall was blown out

by the strong wind.

Sargent County

3 S Cogswell Hail (1.00)

Dime to quarter sized hail fell.

Sargent County

Cayuga Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Trees were blown down all over town.

One tree fell on a house.

Ransom County

10 SW Mc Leod Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large tree branches were blown down.

Barnes County

4 E Kathryn Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

4 inch diameter tree branches were

blown down.

Cass County

5 W Alice Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Trees were blown down.

Richland County

5 W Wahpeton Hail (l.00)

Richland County

5 W Wahpeton Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

Richland County

1 W Wahpeton Hail (1.00)

Richland County

1 W Wahpeton Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

Grand Forks County

Larimore to Heavy Rain

1 W Niagara

Heavy rainfall contributed to a major

fiber optic line cut between Lakota and

Larimore. Telephone service to most of

northeast North Dakota was knocked out.

Nelson County

4 E Petersburg to Heavy Rain

Lakota

Heavy rainfall contributed to a major

fiber optic line cut between Lakota and

Larimore. Telephone service to most of

northeast North Dakota was knocked out.

NDZ053

Flood

The Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

had 3 crests above its moderate flood

stage during the month of June. These 3

occurred in near succession, one around

12.9 feet on June 9th, the second

around 12.7 feet on June 12th, and the

third around 13.1 feet on June 15th.

Pembina County

3 W Cavalier to Tornado (F0)

3 NW Cavalier

No significant tree damage occurred,

but dust plumes were evident as the

tornado crossed open fields.

Pembina County

4 NNW Cavalier to Tornado (F1)

8 NNE Cavalier

Several trees were knocked down in each

shelterbelt this tornado crossed. A

metal roof was also damaged by the

tornado. One to two additional funnels

were pendant from the same wall cloud

at various times.

Pembina County

3 E Leroy Hail (l.00)

Pembina County

1 SW Neche to Tornado (F1)

1 NNE Neche

The tornado touched down near county

highway 55 and tracked for nearly 3

miles, passing just west of Neche.

Several trees were knocked down on both

sides of state highway 18 at the north-

west comer of Neche, indicating a pos-

sible counter-clockwise rotation (which

is a rare phenomenon in the northern

hemisphere). The tornado continued

along a north-northeast path and

crossed the Canadian border about one-

half mile east of the Neche-Gretna

border station.

Pembina County

Neche Hail (1.00)

Richland County

1 N Wyndmere Flash Flood

Water flowed over North Dakota Highway

18.

Richland County

1 W Christine Tornado (F0)

The tornado briefly touched down in an

open field.

Richland County

Wyndmere Flash Flood

Around 6 inches of rain fell in 6

hours. Several basements were flooded

in Wyndmere and other homes had to be

sandbagged. Half the homes in town

suffered some sort of water damage and

12 to 15 had major damage. Highway 18

through town was closed.

Cass County

Fargo Flash Flood

Flash flooding occurred along

Interstate 94, west of the Interstate

29 interchange, causing traffic to be

diverted. 19th avenue north also was

flooded in several spots.

Traill County

11 NE Hillsboro Tornado (F0)

A tornado briefly touched down in a

field.

Cass County

2 S Grandin Funnel Cloud

Traiil County

3 W Caledonia Tornado (F0)

A tornado briefly touched down in a

farm field.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake Flash Flood

Street flooding occurred due to heavy

rainfall and power outages at sewer

lift stations.

Grand Forks County

Grand Forks Flash Flood

2.26 inches of rain was reported at the

Grand Forks National Weather Service

office. Street flooding occurred near

the city library and in the Columbia

Heights Park.

Grand Forks County

Thompson Flash Flood

2.50 inches of rain fell in a short

amount of time and flooded several

homes.

Cass County

2 NE Casselton Flash Flood

Water was reported over several sec-

tions of county and township roads from

Grandin to Casselton and into north

central Cass county.

Ransom County

7 S Mc Leod Flash Flood

Fields were flooded and water covered

several roads.

Sargent County

9 E Milnor Flash Flood

Fields were flooded and water covered

several roads.

Traill County

Hillsboro Flash Flood

Street flooding occurred all over

Hillsboro. Water pooled in yards and

seeped into basements.

Bensou County

1 W Warwick Flash Flood

Water overtopped several rural roads.

Fields and farmyards were flooded.

Cavalier County

8 S Munich Flash Flood

Water covered highway 20 at the Ramsey-

Cavalier county line.

Ramsey County

6 N Starkweather Flash Flood

Water covered highway 20 at the Ramsey-

Cavaiier county line.

Towner County

2 E Maza Flash Flood

Eddy County

16 E Sheyenne Flash Flood

Water flowed over county road 1 near

Horseshoe Lake.

NDZ039-049-052>053

Flood

Overland flooding continued from Cas-

selton to Mapleton to north Fargo, in

east-central Cass county. In Ransom

county, overland flooding was worst in

the southeast part of the county. In

Richland county, overland flooding

closed roads and bridges between

Wyndmere and Mantador. For Sargent

county, flooding closed several rural

roads east of Milnor.

NDZ030

Flood

Several roads were closed due to over-

land flooding in the Clifford area.

Other roads and crossings were covered

with water and closed throughout the

county. Many basements were flooded.

NDZ006>007-

014>015-024 Flood

Heavy rainfall on saturated soils led

to a five county flood warning. At the

Cavalier/Ramsey county line 8 miles

south of Munich, water overtopped state

highway 20. In Yowner county, water

covered several roads 2 miles east of

Maza. Overland flooding also was repor-

ted 1 mile west of Warwick in Benson

county. Meanwhile, a county road was

washed out 2 miles west of New Rockford

in Eddy county. Water also covered the

eastbound lane of county road 1, 16

miles east of Sheyenne.

NDZ039

Flood

The Maple River at Mapleton crested

around 908.8 feet MSL on June 15th.

Major flooding occurs at this point

when the fiver stage rises above 907

feet MSL. The Maple River was reported

to be one-quarter to one mile wide in

spots. The flooding river cut off the

access road to the Maple River Golf

Course, which shut down the course.

Many holes on the golf course were

flooded.

NDZ039

Flood

The Sheyenne River at Harwood rose to a

peak of around 889.7 feet MSL on June

16th. Moderate flooding occurs at

Harwood when the Sheyenne River reaches

a height of 886 feet MSL.

NDZ030-039-049-

052>053

Flood

County-wide flood warnings for these

five counties had expired the day

before (on 6/12 around the noon hour).

Additional rainfall once again across

these five counties resulted in another

areal flood warning. In Traill county,

125,000 acres (of the total 500,000

acres) were either not planted or were

damaged. In rural areas, gravel roads

were muddy and rutted, with ditches

running full. Overland flooding washed

out several sections of roads and at

least one rural bridge. Other sections

of roads were under water. Auxiliary

pumps were put in place at Galesburg

and Reynolds to keep runoff away from

critical infrastructure. In Cass

county, overland flooding around

Mapleton inundated several county and

township roads. In southeast Ransom

county, water covered several county

roads. In Richland county, several

county and township roads were flooded

or blockaded in the Wyndmere and

Lidgerwood areas. In Sargent county,

overland flooding was most rampant in

the eastern part of the county, where

at least 10 sections of county roads

were under water due to overland

flooding. Traill, Sargent, and Richland

counties were included in a Presiden-

tial disaster declaration, due to the

combination of flooding and severe

weather throughout the month. A general

damage assessment said that 25 to 30

percent of the farmland did not get

planted and more than 25 percent of the

land that did get planted got drowned

out.

NDZ016

Flood

The Red River at Oslo (MN) rose to a

crest around 35.5 feet on June 19th.

Moderate flooding occurs at Oslo when

the Red River reaches a height of 30

feet. County road 2 was closed between

sections 2 and 11 of Pulaski Township.

Two bridges along the Forest River

(near the town of Forest River) were

undermined by high water levels.

NDZ039

Flood

The Red River in Fargo/Moorhead rose to

a crest around 28.19 feet on June 18th.

Moderate flooding occurs at Fargo/Moor-

head when the Red River reaches a

height of 27 feet. This was the second

highest summer crest on record. The

highest summer crest of 33.26 feet

occurred on July 4, 1975. The flooding

Red River affected recreational paths,

golf courses, and bridges. Sandbagging

was also done at Trollwood and Mickel-

son Parks in north Fargo.

NDZ027

Flood

The Red River at East Grand Forks (MN)

rose to a crest around 40.36 feet on

June 18th. Moderate flooding occurs at

East Grand Forks when the Red River

reaches a height of 40 feet. This was

the second highest sununer crest on

record. The highest summer crest of

43.08 feet occurred on July 14, 1975.

Benson County

3 NW Esmond Hail (1.50)

1.85 inches of rain was also reported.

Benson County

Esmond Thunderstorm Wind (G66)

Extensive tree damage was reported in

and around Esmond. Power poles were

snapped and power lines were down. The

chimney on the Lutheran Church was

knocked down. A wind sensor reached 76

mph before power was lost.

Benson County

4 WNW Esmond to Tornado (FI)

2 NW Esmond

This tornado originated in Pierce

county. It crossed into Benson county

near the southeast end of Long Lake.

The tornado continued for 2 miles

before lifting. The tornado tore up

several trees near Long Lake and tore a

roof off a shed. Another shed was

damaged at a farmstead northeast of

Long Lake. Peak winds were estimated at

110 mph.

Benson County

5 NW Esmond to Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

2 NW Minnewaukan

Downburst winds and tornadoes tore down

31 miles of 230 kV power transmission

lines crossing far eastern Pierce and

western Benson counties. The 25 mile

section from the Pierce county line to

2 miles northwest of Minnewaukan was

blown down between 5:00 am to 5:20 am

CDT by winds of 90 to 110 mph. The

Great River Power Company estimated

property loss in Benson county at $6.45

million.

Benson County

4 S Harlow Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Benson County

3 W Harlow Tornado (F1)

A brief touchdown occurred in a

“bookend vortice” area along the north

edge of a developing downburst wind

core. The tornado was estimated to have

maximum winds of around 110 mph.

Benson County

1 N Baker Thunderstorm Wind (G63)

An NDAWN sensor reported a 72 mph wind

gust.

Benson County

3 SE Harlow Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

An old barn was blown down and the roof

was torn off a pole barn.

Benson County

2 SE Harlow Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

A barn was blown down.

Benson County

9 W Minnewaukan Tornado (FI)

A tornado briefly touched down in a

shelterbelt north of the intersection

of county roads 19 and 30. The tornado

formed in a “bookend vortice” off the

south edge of a developing downburst

wind core.

Benson County

5 NW Minnewaukan Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

An older barn roof was torn off.

Benson County

6 NW Minnewaukan Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

Many large trees were snapped off. The

roof was torn off a shed.

Benson County

2 WNW York Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

The roof was torn off a pole barn.

Benson County

2 SE Brinsmade Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

A large barn was blown down along with

numerous trees in a shelterbelt.

Benson County

3 E Leeds Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

A large 80,000 bushel grain bin was

blown down at the BTR elevator complex

near the Niles railroad spur. A grain

dryer and several smaller hopper bottom

bins were also blown over.

Benson County

l NE Brinsmade Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

Many large evergreen trees were blown

down in a shelterbelt.

Benson County

6 E Leeds Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

A metal flag pole was bent over the

strong winds.

Ramsey County

3 S Devils Lake Hail (0.88)

Ramsey County

3 S Devils Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Benson County

3 E Brinsmade Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

The roof was torn off a pole shed and

the wall was blown out of a hay shed.

Benson County

4 NNE Brinsmade Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

The roof was torn off a pole shed.

Ramsey County

3 W Penn Hail (0.88)

Benson County

7 NE Brinsmade Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

A large barn was blown down.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake Hail (0.88)

Ramsey County

4 SE Starkweather Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Ramsey County

Garske Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

The Garske elevator was heavily

damaged. Trees and power lines were

down all around.

Towner County

11 ESE Cando Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

5 trees were blown down in a shelter-

belt. Shingle damage was reported on a

house and several outbuildings.

Ramsey County

Starkweather Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Many large trees were blown down or

uprooted. Trees fell on homes and

vehicles. A brick building in town was

also damaged. A grain bin at the

elevator was punctured, spilling grain

on the ground.

Ramsey County

3 SE Starkweather

Numerous large trees were blown down. A

garage was tom off its foundation and

destroyed.

Ramsey County

4 SE Starkweather

Many trees were blown down, some 4 to 5

feet in circumference. Several tree

tops were twisted off.

Ramsey County

5 NE Starkweather Thunderstorm Wind (G74)

An observer reported 85 mph winds be-

fore the power went out. 100 feet of a

quonset shed was damaged. Trees were

snapped 20 feet off the ground. Six

bins, a steel shed, a single garage, a

3-car garage, and a chicken house were

also damaged.

Ramsey County

5 SW Hampden Thunderstorm Wind (G79)

A Davis weather system measured a peak

wind speed of 91 mph until electricity

was lost. Numerous trees were blown

down.

Ramsey County

Hampden Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

A large 80,000 bushel grain bin was

blown down at the Hampden elevator

complex. The roof was also toRN off tbe

main elevator building. Numerous trees

were snapped off or uprooted nearby.

Ramsey County

2 SE Hampden Thunderstorm Wind (G89)

A 103 mph wind gust was measured by a

RAWS mesonet site.

Walsh County

3 N Fairdale Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Large evergreen trees were snapped off

in a shelterbelt.

Cavalier County

Loma Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

Power poles were snapped off and power

lines were down. Numerous trees were

uprooted or snapped off: The town

elevator was also damaged.

Cavalier County

Nekoma Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

A grain elevator complex was damaged.

Metal bins were also dented in.

Cavalier County

Langdon Thunderstorm Wind (G78)

Many 100 foot tall evergreen trees were

uprooted. A pole barn was blown down

and the roof was blown offa mobile

home. Many other trees were snapped,

with their trunks laying toward the

northeast. The grain elevator sustained

some minor damage.

Cavalier County

1 E Langdon Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

An NDAWN mesonet sensor reported an 86

mph wind gust. A tree fell on a

building and another large evergreen

was blown down.

Cavalier County

Osnabrock Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Shingles and metal siding were torn

from a house. The town elevator lost

part of its tin roof and two 40,000

bushel grain bins were damaged.

Cavalier County

3 N Langdon Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Flying debris was reported in a yard.

Two trees were uprooted.

Cavalier County

7 E Langdon Thunderstorm Wind (G96)

A barn was blown down. Two grain bins

were ripped from their foundations,

with debris blown downwind for a

quarter mile. Numerous trees were up-

rooted or snapped off. Shingles were

torn from houses and basement windows

were broken.

Walsh County

8 ENE Fairdale Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Large tree branches were blown down.

Cavalier County

6 N Langdon Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Several grain bins were blown down.

Pembina County

Walhalla Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Widespread tree damage was reported in

Walhalla. One tree fell on a tent in

Walhalla, injuring one man. The other

person in the tent was able to go for

help. Widespread power outages occurred

throughout the county. The Walhalla

school building roof was heavily

damaged. Flooding occurred in the

school basement, due to the numerous

holes in the roof. Emergency routes

were blocked by fallen trees. Trees

fell on cars, homes, garages, fences,

and power lines.

Pembina County

2 S Mountain Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Large tree branches were blown down.

Pembina County

Neche Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

70 mph winds blew down several tree

branches.

Pembina County

4 NE Walhalla Thunderstorm Wind (G67)

A 77 mph wind gust was measured by an

NDAWN wind sensor.

Pembina County

7 NW Cavalier Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

75 mph wind gusts were reported, with

several trees down.

Cavalier County

6 NNW Vang Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Many trees were blown down in the

Pembina Hills Wildlife Area.

Pembina County

Hensel Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

The chimney was blown off a house.

Pembina County

Cavalier Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Metal trim was torn off the Pembina

county Emergency Operations Center.

Pembina County

1 N Neche Thunderstorm Wind (G76)

An 87 mph wind gust was measured at the

Neche/Gretna port of entry.

Pembina County

Pembina Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Numerous trees and power lines were

blown down. Several small buildings

were moved off their foundations.

Pembina County

1 N Pembina Thunderstorm Wind (G67)

A 77 mph wind gust was measured at the

Pembina port of entry.

Grand Forks County

1 N Gilby Tornado (F0)

The tornado briefly touched down in an

open field.

Grand Forks County

3 SE Johnstown Tornado (F0)

A sheriff’s deputy reported a brief

tornado touchdown 2.5 miles south and

1.75 east of Johnstown.

Grand Forks County

7 NW Grand Forks Funnel Cloud

A tunnel cloud was seen from the NWS

office in Grand Forks and by spotters

on U.S. Highway 2 along the west end of

Grand Forks.

Ransom County

8 NW Lisbon Hail (1.75)

Sargent County

Gwinner Hail (0.75)

Barnes County

2 SW Litchville Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees were uprooted southwest of

Litchville.

Barnes County

Kathryn Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees were blown down in Kathryn.

Falling trees damaged a fence and broke

a window on a house.

Barnes County

6 ESE Nome Hail (1.00)

Tree branches were also blown down all

over the farmyard.

Cass County

20 S Tower City Hail (1.00)

Ransom County

3 W Enderlin Hail (1.00)

Ransom County

3 NNW Ft Ransom to Tornado (F1)

4 NNW Ft Ransom

A metal machine shed was blown down and

several trees were uprooted. Parts of

the metal machine shed were twisted

around trees in the yard. Two chimney

tops were broken offa house, shingles

were damaged, and several windows were

broken. The farmstead also lost power.

Barnes County

6 SW Valley City Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Big trees were torn up and many

shingles were ripped offa roof.

Barnes County

Valley City Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Large branches were blown down.

Sargent County

Gwinner Flash Flood

Street flooding was reported in

Gwinner.

Sargent County

2 E Milnor Flash Flood

Watered covered highway 13 east of

Milnor.

Sargent County

Milnor Flash Flood

Street flooding was reported in Milnor.

Sargent County

Milnor Hail (1.00)

Nickle to quarter-sized hail covered

the ground.

Barnes County

Fingal Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Trees were blown down in Fingal.

Cass County

2 S Casselton Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Cuss County

Fargo Lightning

A house near the Rose Creek Golf Course

was hit by lightning. Flames were

spotted coming out of the roof.

Ransom County

Sheldon Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Large trees were blown down all over

town. One tree fell on a house.

Riehland County

2 SW Mantador Hail (2.00)

Riehland County

10 W Wahpeton Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Riehland County

Hankinson Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees were blown down and power lines

were snapped.

Richland County

1 W Wahpeton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A ND DOT RWIS sensor reported a 60 mph

wind gust.

Richland County

Wahpeton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A tree was blown down in Wahpeton,

destroying a mail box.

Richland County

Fairmount Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

75 mph winds hit the town of Fairmount,

blowing down hundreds of trees. 40

homes in town reported some sort of

damage. Trees fell on power lines,

knocking out power to many residences.

Advertising signs at the baseball field

were also blown around.

Richland County

4 ESE Hankinson to Tornado (FI)

2 SW Fairmount

Intermittent tornado damage occurred in

shelterbelts along this 7 mile path.

Estimated peak winds were 110 mph.

Ransom County

8 SSW Mc Leod Flash Flood

Water flowed over two county roads.

Riehland County

Fairmount Flash Flood

Over two inches of raifl fell quickly,

flooding city streets.

Riehland County

Hankinson Flash Flood

Two county roads were closed due to

high water.

NDZ053

Flood

Several roads and bridges were closed,

mostly along the Wild Rice River from

Wyndmere to Mantador to Great Bend.

Benson County

Oberon Hail (0.88)

Benson County

4 N Oberon Hail (0.88)

The hail was accompanied by about 1.05

inches of rain in 15 minutes.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

A 2 to 3 loot diameter tree fell on a

house. Trees and branches were blown

down all over town.

Benson County

2 NNW St Michael Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

AND DOT RWIS site measured a 58 mph

wind gust.

Ramsey County

6 S Devils Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A ND DOT RWIS site measured a 58 mph

wind gust.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G74)

Trees were uprooted in Devils Lake by

the strong wind, with some falling on

power lines. Scattered power outages

were reported. A semi-trailer, not

attached to a cab, was flipped over.

Several city signs were twisted or

broken off. The strong wind broke off a

large tree branch next to a gas

station, which tell on the store and

punctured a hole through its roof. This

also cut some of the station’s

electricity.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G74)

An 85 mph wind gust was measured by the

AWOS at the Devils Lake airport. A

single engine airplane tethered down on

the tarmac was broken loose and flipped

on top of another airplane parked next

to it. Both airplanes sustained consi-

derable damage.

Benson County

7 W Warwick to Tornado (F0)

5 W Warwick

Intermittent touchdowns occurred in

open fields along the Benson-Eddy

county line.

Eddy County

13 W Hamar to Tornado (F0)

11 W Hamar

Intermittent touchdowns occurred in

open fields along the Benson-Eddy

county line.

Benson County

3 S Tokio Hail (1.75)

Benson County

Warwick Hail (1.75)

Cavalier County

1 W Calio Hail (2.00)

Towner County

6 E Egeland Hail (2.00)

Ramsey County

4 E Doyon Hail (0.88)

Cavalier County

7 E Vang to Tornado (F0)

8 ENE Vang

The tornado tracked from 7 miles east

of Vang to the Pembina county line 1

mile west of Walhalla. No significant

damage was reported along this portion

of the tornado track. This tornado

continued into Pembina county.

Pembina County

1 W Walhalla to Tornado (F1)

l NE Walhalla

The tornado originated in Cavalier

county 7 miles east of Vang. Numerous

trees were damaged and several houses

had shingles torn offin Walhalla. The

peak winds were estimated to be about

90 mph.

Nelson County

4 W Pekin Hail (1.75)

Cavalier County

3 SE Loma Tornado (F0)

The tornado briefly touched down in a

field.

Nelson County

Pekin Hail (l.00)

Dime to quarter-sized hail was

reported.

Walsh County

3 W Pisek Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Grand Forks County

3 NNE lnkster Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

An NDAWN sensor measured a 58 mph wind

gust.

Pembina County

Hamilton Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Large trees and power lines were blown

down.

Walsh County

7 W Forest River Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

An NDAWN sensor measured a 58 mph wind

gust.

Walsh County

Pisek Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Six trees were snapped off or uprooted.

Many large branches were broken off

trees. Power lines were down all over

town. Shingles were torn off the fire

hall and metal siding was torn off a

church.

Pembina County

Hamilton Funnel Cloud

Cavalier County

9 E Osnabrock Hail (1.00)

Griggs County

9 NNE Jessie Hail (1.25)

Nelson County

6 S Mc Ville Hail (1.25)

Walsh County

Park River Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Trees and power lines were blown down.

Walsh County

7 NNW Grafton to Tornado (FI)

3 NW Auburn

Trees in shelterbelts were snapped off

at ground level. estimated at 80 mph.

The tornado continued into Peak wind

speeds were Pembina county

Griggs County

5 W Cooperstown Funnel Cloud

Ramsey County

4 E Doyon Hail (0.88)

Walsh County

Nash Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Large branches were torn off several

trees. Metal siding was also torn off a

grain elevator.

Griggs County

4 ENE Jessie Hail (1.75)

Pembina County

3 E Mountain to Tornado (F0)

5 E Mountain

Intermittent touchdowns occurred along

the damage path. The only damage

reported was to trees in shelterbelts.

Pembina County

5 SSW St Thomas to Tornado (FI)

4.5 SSW St Thomas

The tornado originated 7 miles north-

northwest of Grafton in Walsh county.

Trees in shelterbelts were snapped off

at ground level. Peak winds were

estimated at 80 mph.

Steele County

1 SW Finley Hail (2.00)

Pembina County

Joliette Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Steele County

6 E Finley Hail (i.00)

Grand Forks County

Thompson Hail (0.75)

Grand Forks County

5 WSW Thompson Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Several large trees were uprooted.

Grand Forks County

2 ENE Thompson Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

A semi was blown off Interstate 29 and

into the median, one mile north of the

Thompson exit. The driver was not

injured.

Grand Forks County

Thompson Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

A tree was blown down in Thompson.

Pembina County

Cavalier Flash Flood

Street and basement flooding were

reported along the southern edge of

Cavalier.

Grand Forks County

2 S Grand Forks Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Several large trees were snapped off

about 2 feet above ground level.

Steele County

11 E Sherbrooke Hail (1.00)

Traill County

4 WNW Roseville Hail (1.00)

Traill County

9 E Hillsboro Hail (l.00)

Ransom County

Ft Ransom Hail (0.88)

Barnes County

3 SSW Nome Hail (0.75)

Sargent County

2 NE Crete Flash Flood

Local fields were flooded and water

covered a farm access road.

Ransom County

4 NE Ft Ransom Flash Flood

Excessive runoff briefly flooded a dry

creek and overtopped a county road

about 2 miles north of Griswold Mine.

Sargent County

4 NW Straubville to Tornado (F1)

4 NNW Straubville

Large cottonwood trees were blown down

and irrigation equipment was blown

over. Strong winds quickly changed from

southeast to northwest, kicking up mud.

Peak winds were estimated at 105 mph.

Sargent County

Gwinner Hail (0.75)

Sargent County

Gwinner Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

A Davis weather sensor reported an 81

mph wind gust before power was lost.

Ransom County

14 SE Lisbon Hail (0.75)

Ransom County

ll ENE Lisbon Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Several large trees were blown down in

a shelterbelt.

Benson County

Minnewaukan Flash Flood

Training bands of heavy rain caused

street flooding and sewer system

backups. Emergency pumping operations

were required, which resulted in raw

sewage being pumped into Devils Lake.

Benson County

6 N Maddock Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Several shingles were torn off a roof

and several trees were blown down.

Sargent County

3 WNW Stirum Flash Flood

Water flowed over a county road near

state highway 13. Fields were also

flooded due to about 5 inches of

rain in the past 12 hours.

Benson County

2 NNW St Michael Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

A ND DOT RWIS sensor along highway

20 measured the wind gust.

Ramsey County

Camp Grafton Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Strong winds blew down trees and

damaged roofs at Camp Grafton.

Ramsey County

10 W Devils Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

50 trees were blown down at the

Graham’s Island State Park, damaging

several cars.

Ramsey County

6 S Devils Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

A ND DOT RWIS sensor along highway

20 measured the wind gust.

Benson County

6 N Maddock Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Several trees were blown down.

Ramsey County

Devils Lake Flash Flood

City streets were flooded.

Ramsey County

4 SW Devils Lake Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

About 50 trees were snapped off or

uprooted in the Lakewood Subdivision

playground area. Power lines were

also torn down.

Eddy County

8 S Hamar Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Large branches were blown down and a

few shingles were torn off a barn

roof.

Barnes County

Dazey Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Several 2 foot diameter trees were

blown down. One tree fell on a

truck.

Nelson County

Kloten Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

A big tree was blown down and power

was lost.

Griggs County

Binford Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

The wind gust was measured by a

Davis wind sensor. Trees fell on

cars and homes. A pole barn on the

east edge of town was demolished.

Griggs County

Hannaford Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Several trees were blown over.

Griggs County

Jessie Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

Large evergreens were blown over in

town. Other trees fell on homes and

streets.

Griggs County

Cooperstown Thunderstorm Wind (G80)

Many trees were blown down all over

town. Highway 45 was blocked by

fallen trees and tree limbs.

Steele County

2 NW Finley Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

The FAA radar station northwest of

Finley recorded a 100 mph wind gust.

Steele County

Sharon Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

Trees were blown down.

Steele County

10 E Finley Thunderstorm Wind (G75)

Large trees were blown down.

Walsh County

3 NW Fordville Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

4 inch diameter tree branches were

blown down.

Nelson County

Kloten Thunderstorm Wind (G65)

Trees were blown down.

Ramsey County

1 E Crary Thunderstorm Wind (G56)

An NDAWN mesonet sensor reported the

wind gust.

Nelson County

Aneta Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Several large 100 year-old trees were

blown down and a quonset was destroyed.

Traill County

Hatton Thunderstorm Wind (G70)

Trees were blown down.

Grand Forks County

Larimore Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

Large trees were blown down by winds

gusts estimated around 100 mph.

Grand Forks County

Northwood Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

Numerous trees were blown down.

Grand Forks County

4 SE Larimore Thunderstorm Wind (G87)

Numerous trees were blown down in

several miles of shelterbelts across

central and southern Arvilla Township.

Some power lines were also knocked

over.

Traill County

3 S Buxton Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

A ND DOT RWIS sensor measured the wind

gust.

Cass County

2 W Grandin Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

A Davis wind sensor measured the wind

gust.

Pembina County

Cavalier Thunderstorm Wind (G60)

Trees were blown down.

Grand Forks County

Grand Forks Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees and branches were blown down

around the city.

Traill County

5 E Buxton Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Walsh County

2 E Warsaw Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Many trees were blown down in shelter

belts west of the Interstate 29 exit.

Sargent County

3 NW Havana Hail (0.75)

Sargent County

3 NW Havana Flash Flood

4.5 inches of rain fell in an hour.

Water rose above several county roads.

Sargent County

Havana Flash Flood

Basement flooding was reported in

Havana.

Sargent County

Milnor Flash Flood

Heavy rainfall caused Storm Lake to

rise and threaten the town of Milnor.

Sandbaggers were called out to help

keep the water out, with as many as 30

homes threatened by the rising water.

The Milnor golf course also had

substantial flooding.

Sargent County

Rutland Flash Flood

Basement flooding was reported in

Rutland. Crews had to pump water across

roads that were acting like dikes.

Sargent County

1 W Cayuga Flash Flood

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded. Over 4 inches of rain fell in

an hour.

Sargent County

Cayuga Flash Flood

Basement flooding was reported in

Cayuga.

Richland County

10 SE Lidgerwood Hail (0.88)

Richland County

2 E Mooreton Hail (0.75)

Eddy County

6 SSE Sheyenne Flash Flood

Fields and farm access roads were

flooded.

Richland County

4 WSW Fairmount Hail (1.00)

Richland County

9 S Wahpeton Hail (0.75)

Hail covered the ground near the Red

River.

Sargent County

Havana Hail (0.75)

Sargent County

Havana Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Large trees were blown down.

Sargent County

Havana to Tornado (F2)

1 S Rutland

Numerous trees were blown down or

uprooted along the damage path. A roof

was torn off a pole barn in Havana.

Peak winds were estimated at 120 mph.

Sargent County

4 S Cayuga Hail (1.50)

Hail from penny to ping pong ball size

fell over Tewaukon Lake.

Richland County

6 SW Lidgerwood Hail (1.00)

Richland County

.5 S Mooreton Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

A mule barn under construction was

blown down at the Bagg bonanza farm.

Richland County

10 W Wahpeton Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

The wind gust was measured by a Davis

weather sensor at the ND DOT weigh

station.

Richland County

4 W Colfax Funnel Cloud

A wall cloud with pendant funnel was

reported.

Richland County

Fairmount Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

Large tree branches were blown down

along with some power lines.

Richland County

4 NNW Walcott to Tornado (F0)

5 N Walcott

A tornado and rising dust plume were

seen, but no damage was reported. The

tornado continued into Cass county.

Cass County

2 ESE Kindred to Tornado (F0)

4 E Kindred

This tornado originated 4 miles north-

northwest of Walcott in Richland

county. A tornado and rising dust plume

were seen, but no damage was reported.

Richland County

Wahpeton Flash Flood

2.44 inches of rain fell in one hour,

causing major street flooding.

Conditions were the worst again along

fifth street south, where cars were

stalled in the high water.

Ransom County

5 S Me Leod Flash Flood

Water covered a road.

Benson County

Maddock Flash Flood

Heavy rainfall inundated several roads.

Raw sewage had to be pumped into

ditches to prevent backup in homes.

Benson County

Esmond Flash Flood

Several streets were flooded in Esmond.

A basement was flooded and a basement

wall collapsed. Around 4 inches of rain

was reported.

Richland County

2 SW Great Bend Flash Flood

Interstate 29 was reduced to one lane

of traffic because of water on the

road.

Richland County

2 SW Wyndmere Flash Flood

A bridge was closed due to flash

flooding.

Richland County

Wyndmere Flash Flood

Basement flooding and sewer backup were

reported.

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Flood

Roads and streets were flooded in

Havana, Rutland, and Milnor. Basement

flooding and sandbagging occurred in

Milnor, where twelve mobile homes and

nine homes sustained significant

damage. Heavy amounts of rain fell

numerous times throughout the month of

June. For the month, National Weather

Service cooperative observers reported

12.43 inches of rain at Havana, 11.44

inches of rain at Forman, and 7.58

inches of rain at Cayuga. Unofficial

reports of 16 to 20 inches of rain were

also received. An estimated 30 to 40

percent of crops in the county were

drowned out.

NDZ015

Flood

Excessive runoff flooded fields and

roads in the Hampden area.

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In Richland county, flooding caused

around 60 percent losses to hay and

pasture land. Around 35,000 acres did

not get planted and around 230,000

acres were damaged by flooding. Area

fields and roads were flooded around

Fairmount. In Ransom county, excessive

runoff continued to flood fields and

roads south of McLeod. Well-above

normal amounts of rain fell during the

month of June. For the month, National

Weather Service cooperative observers

reported 11.83 inches of rain at

McLeod, 11.26 inches of rain at

Lidgerwood, and 9.10 inches of rain at

Lisbon. Additional NDAWN mesonet

reports included 11.05 inches near

Wyndmere and 6.81 inches near Wahpeton.

Unofficial amounts of 16 to 20 inches

of rain were also received.

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Rainfall toward the end of June pushed

the Red River at Wahpeton/Breckenridge

back above its moderate flood stage of

12 feet. The crest for this event

didn’t occur until early July.

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Persistent rainfall caused 3 crests

along the Wild Rice River at

Abercrombie during the month of June.

The first crest, which occurred around

noon CDT on June 9th, stayed about 2

feet under flood stage. As the Wild

Rice River started to fall after this

first crest, more rain fell across the

basin and the river started rising once

again. This time, the Wild Rice River

peaked (around 1 am CDT on June 17th)

just over its flood stage of 10 feet.

Again, the river started falling, but

levelled off just under flood stage.

More rain fell across the basin toward

the end of the month, pushing the river

up toward its third crest. The actual

third crest did not occur until early

July 2005. However, the Wild Rice River

at Abercrombie did rise above its

moderate flood stage late in the day on

June 30th. So much water drained into

Lake Tewaukon that the pool height rose

four feet over full pool (13 feet deep

rather than 9 feet). This caused the

emergency spillway to be topped. The

only other time this had happened since

the late 1980s was during the flood of

1997. Lake Tewaukon normally covers

about 1,100 acres in area. County road

12 was flooded south of Cayuga by the

Wild Rice River. Great Bend had to

build dikes and sandbag to protect

against the rising Wild Rice River.

OHIO, East

Jefferson County

Brilliant to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Mingo Jet

Trees and power lines blown down,

interrupting electricity for 50

customers, especially on Township Rd

162

Columbiana County

8 W Calcutta Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large trees down.

Muskingum County

Frayszeburg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large trees down.

Coshocton County

West Lafayette to Hail (1.00)

Coshocton

Muskingum County

North Zanesville Hail (0.75)

Tuscarawas County

New Philadelphia Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines down.

Guernsey County

Cambridge Hail (0.75)

Noble County

Belle Vly Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down on County Rd 20.

Monroe County

Lewisville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down.

Belmont County

3 SE Barnesville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Power lines blown down onto car. Five

people trapped and rescued.

Carroll County

Amsterdam to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Kilgore

75 to 150 trees were blown down in a

4-mile stretch in Loudon Twp, on roads

Poppy, Post, Province, Germano,

Raindrop, and Amsterdam. A roof was

ripped off a mobile home on Post Rd. A

few barns were damaged.

Harrison County

Cadiz to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Jewett

Trees down onto Rte 9.

Belmont County

Powhatan Pt to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Shadyside

Trees and power lines down.

Jefferson County

4 NW East Springfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees down.

Jefferson County

Richmond Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Trees blown down by 60 mph wind gust.

1800 customers lost electric power in

Jefferson Co.

Belmont County

Bethesda Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

62 mph wind gust.

Columbiana County

Lisbon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines down, on Rte 164,

just south of Lisbon.

Columbiana County

2 N Lisbon Hail (0.75)

Jefferson County

15 W Emerson Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines down along Rte

213 in Allencreek Twp.

Muskingum County

3.5 WSW Hopewell Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees down near Gratiot.

Coshocton County

New Castle to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

West Lafayette

Several trees down.

Muskingum County

Sonora Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Few trees down.

Jefferson County

Wintersville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

One tree down.

Tuscarawas County

Newport Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees down.

Columbiana County

Rogers Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Tree down on Rte 558.

Jefferson County

Brilliant Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines down.

OHIO, North

Lucas County

Whitehouse to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Toledo

Winds were estimated at nearly 60 mph

in western part of the county. A tree

was reported down in Perrysburg and a

twelve inch tree limb was down in

Toledo. In Waterville, a tree was

reported down due to thunderstorm

winds.

Seneca County

Attica Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds were estimated at 58

mph.

Seneca County

Attica Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Wood County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

A trained spotter estimated winds

around 70 mph. Numerous trees, large

limbs, and powers lines came down as a

result of the high winds across the

county. A tree was reported to have

fallen on a car causing damage. At a

high school, a set of stadium lights

were knocked down due to the high

winds.

Hancock County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Winds around 60 mph were reported in

Findley as thunderstorms moved through

the county. Numtrees, large limbs, and

power lines were down across the county

from Arcadia south to Vanlue.

Ottawa County

2 NE Oak Harbor to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Oak Harbor

Observed winds by a trained spotter

were estimated at 58 mph.

Sandusky County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Observed winds by a trained spotter

were estimated at 60 mph. Strong winds

damaged a roof of a house inches in

diameter. Numerous other trees were

downed across the county along with

power lines. In Woodville, two tree

limbs between 12 and 18 inches in

diameter were taken down as the storms

passed through the county.

Marion County

Marion Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous trees and power lines reported

down around Marion.

Wyandot County

Sycamore Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees and power poles knocked

down.

Erie County

Bay View Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs reported down.

Richland County

Shiloh Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Observed winds by a trained spotter

were estimated at 60 mph.

Crawford County

Bucyrus Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs reported down.

Huron County

Monroeville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A roof was blown off a barn.

Huron County

Hartland Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous trees and power lines downed

by strong winds.

Ashland County

Hayesville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs reported down.

Richland County

5 SE Mansfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A large tree and a few large limbs were

reported down.

Knox County

Fredericktown to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Mt Liberty

One tree was reported down in Frederick

town, and a few large limbs were

reported down in Mt. Liberty.

Wayne County

Wooster Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous large limbs down along with

power lines.

Medina County

Lodi Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs reported down.

Cuyahoga County

Parma Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs reported down.

Sandusky County

Fremont to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Clyde

Thunderstorm winds downed several large

tree limbs in Fremont and one tree in

Clyde. A barn was heavily damaged to

the south of Fremont.

Ottawa County

Port Clinton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds downed a few trees

near Port Clinton.

Lorain County

Oberlin Hail (1.25)

Hail quarter to half dollar size was

observed. A few vehicles sustained

minor damage.

Lucas County

Pt Place Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds downed a few large

tree limbs.

Sandusky County

10 E Lindsey Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees and large limbs reported

down from thunderstorm winds.

Lake County

Mentor Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs along with a tree

were reported down from thunderstorm

winds.

Huron County

Clarksfield to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Hartland

A tree was reported down in

Clarksfield, and a sign blown over in

Hartland from thunderstorm winds.

Stark County

North Canton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs downed from

thunderstorm winds.

Lorain County

Elyria Hail (1.25)

Half dollar size hail was observed.

Other trained spotters in the area also

reported hail which ranged from penny

to quarter size at that same time.

Knox County

Fredericktown Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees reported down from

thunderstorm winds.

Holmes County

Killbuck Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees downed from thunderstorm

winds.

Marion County

Northwest Portion Flash Flood

Thunderstorms dumped locally heavy

rains on the northwestern corner of

Marion County. Storm total radar

estimates from that part of the county

were 3 to 6 inches. Flooding occurred

in many low lying areas with several

roads closed at times. Most of this

flooding was near Meeker and Lame. Both

State Route 309 and 37 were flooded by

several inches of water and had to be

briefly closed.

Holmes County

Killbuck Flash Flood

Thunderstorms dumped locally heavy rain

on portions of Holmes County. Automated

rain gages measured 1.18 inches in

Stillwell and 1.23 inches of rain at

Millersburg during a three hour period.

Some flooding was reported along State

Route 60 near Killbuck.

Knox County

North Portion Flash Flood

Thunderstorms dumped torrential rains

on the northern portion of Knox County.

A spotter east of Fredericktown

measured 5.25 inches of rainfall

between 2 and 6 p.m. Widespread lowland

flooding occurred across northern Knox

County. Several roads were washed out

in the Fredericktown and Knox Lake

areas. Flood waters were several feet

deep on some roads. Extensive basement

flooding was also reported.

Huron County

New London Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Lorain County

Oberlin to Hail (0.88)

South Amherst

Nickel size hail was observed. Several

other reports from the county also

contained observations of penny size

hail.

Hancock County

Findlay to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

1 W Van Buren

Numerous trees and power poles were

blown down. A semi truck was also blown

over from thunderstorm winds.

Richland County

Mansfield to Hail (0.88)

Lexington

Nickel size hail was observed.

Ottawa County

Genoa to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Martin

Numerous trees, power lines, and power

poles downed from thunderstorm winds.

One tree was reported to have fallen on

a house. Two semi trucks were also

blown over.

Sandusky County

Woodville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs down.

Wayne County

Doylestown Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs were reported down

from thunderstorm winds.

Geauga County

Middlefield Hail (0.88)

Nickel size hail was observed.

Ashland County

Nova Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Summit County

Greensburg Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Stark County

Uniontown Hail (1.00)

Quarter size hail was observed.

Summit County

Portage Lakes Hail (1.00)

Quarter size hail was observed.

Portage County

Randolph Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Portage County

Randolph Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Winds observed by a trained spotter

were estimated at 60 mph. There was

also a report from law enforcement that

two trees were downed from thunderstorm

winds.

Ashtabula County

1 NE Richmond Cente Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Two trees downed due to thunderstorm

winds.

Trumbull County

Youngstown Muni Arpt Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Winds at Youngstown Warren Regional

Airport were measured at 58 mph. Also,

across southern portions of the county,

trained spotters reported numerous

large limbs down.

Stark County

Massillon to Flash Flood

Canton

Thunderstorms dumped between one and

two inches of rain on portions of Stark

County in a very short period of time.

1.93 inches of rain was measured by an

automated gage near Genoa in about 90

minutes. Widespread urban and lowland

flooding occurred between Massilon and

Canton. Water on some roadways was as

much as two feet deep.

Ashland County

Mifflin Hail (1.00)

Quarter size hail was observed near

Mifflin.

Morrow County

Iberia Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Thunderstorm winds downed one tree and

several large limbs south of Iberia.

Crawford County

4 N Galion Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Stark County

Canton to Hail (1.00)

Louisville

Quarter size hail was observed on the

south side of Canton. A trained spotter

had reported that the hail had

accumulated on the ground to nearly an

inch before tapering off. Other trained

spotters had reported observing hail

varying from penny to quarter size from

Canton to Louisville.

Stark County

Canton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A power company had reported several

power poles down in the Canton area.

Numerous large limbs were also reported

downed from thunderstorm winds.

Mahoning County

North Benton Hail (0.88)

Nickel size hail was observed.

Ashland County

Hayesville to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Jeromesville

Several trees were reported downed as

severe thunderstorms moved east through

central portions of the county.

Richland County

Bellville Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Wayne County

West Salem Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

One tree and several large limbs downed

from thunderstorm winds.

Medina County

5 S Medina Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees and large limbs down from

thunderstorm winds.

Ashtabula County

New Lyme to Lightning

Rome

Lightning struck an oil well storage

tank in New Lyme Township around 6 p.m.

A second oil well was struck by

lightning at 6:54 p.m. in Rome

Township. Fires resulted from both of

these strikes. Oil was spilled at both

sites and cleanup crews had to be

dispatched to contain the spills.

Cuyahoga County

Broadview Hgts Flash Flood

Thunderstorms dumped two to three

inches of rain on Broadview Heights in

less than 90 minutes. An off duty NWS

employee measured 2.24 inches by 7:30

p.m. Extensive lowland and urban

flooding occurred in Broadview Heights.

Several roads had to be closed because

of flood waters up 2 feet deep.

Ashtabula County

South Portion Flash Flood

Thunderstorms dumped locally heavy

rains on the southern portion of

Ashtabula County. An estimated three

inches of rain fell in the Andover

area. Extensive flooding occurred in

Andover with several streets, including

U.S. Highway 6 briefly closed. Flood

waters greater than 6 inches deep were

also reported in Orwell.

Crawford County

Chatfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs down.

Cuyahoga County

Brecksville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees downed due to

thunderstorm winds.

Wayne County

Wooster Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees downed due to

thunderstorm winds.

Ottawa County

3 E Oak Harbor Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Stark County

5 N Massillon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs down.

Mahoning County

Youngstown Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Lucas County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous large limbs reported down

across the county.

Hancock County

4 SW Rawson Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs reported down.

Wood County

Bowling Green Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were reported down.

Ottawa County

Martin to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Port Clinton

A tree and a few large limbs reported

down.

Sandusky County

5 SE Woodville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees reported down from severe

thunderstorm winds.

Seneca County

7 E Fostoria Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Wyandot County

Wharton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs were reported down.

Sandusky County

Green Spgs Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Many large limbs reported down.

Seneca County

Green Spgs Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Many large limbs reported down.

Erie County

Avery to Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

Vermilion

A 60 mph wind gust was estimated by law

in enforcement Avery. As the storm

progressed east, a 62 mph wind gust was

measured in Vermillion by a trained

spotter.

Huron County

Norwalk Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

A trained spotter estimated winds at 60

mph, with several trees and powers

lines down.

Marion County

Marion Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous trees and large limbs were

reported down from thunderstorm winds.

Also, railroad gate crossing bars were

broken due to severe thunderstorm

winds.

Lorain County

Avon Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A measured 63 mph wind gust was

reported by local law enforcement.

Morrow County

5 E Iberia Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees and large limbs were

reported down.

Cuyahoga County

Warrensville Hgts Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees reported down from

thunderstorm winds.

Medina County

Medina Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were reported down from

severe thunderstorm winds.

Ashland County

2 S Perrysville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs were reported down.

Richland County

Olivesburg Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Winds were estimated by a trained

spotter at 60 mph.

Knox County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees were reported down across

the county.

Wayne County

Wooster Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees were reported down.

Cuyahoga County

Bedford Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees and power lines down

reported from thunderstorm winds.

Summit County

Greensburg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were reported down, which

also took down power lines in the area.

Ashtabula County

Austinburg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several large limbs and power lines

downed from severe thunderstorm winds.

Portage County

Atwater Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Two trees were reported down.

Trumbull County

North Bloomfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs were reported down.

Mahoning County

Struthers Hail (0.75)

Penny size hail was observed.

Lucas County

Berkey Thunderstorm Wind (G63)

A 73 mph wind gust was measured, which

snapped a 20 foot tall lightpost in

half and knocked down a windmill. A

paddle boat was lifted out of the water

and numerous trees and power lines were

downed. Nickel size hail was also

reported with this storm.

Hancock County

4 SW Rawson Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous large limbs and radio antennas

blown down from severe thunderstorm

winds.

OHIO, Northwest

Van Wert County

Convoy to Thunderstorm Wind (G61)

1 S Scott

Spotters reported sustained winds of 50

mph with gusts to 60 mph in the Convoy

area, with the winds increasing to 70

mph as the storm passed south of Scott.

Williams County

West Unity Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large tree down across the road in West

Unity.

Defiance County

Defiance Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines were reported

down.

Putnam County

Continental Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A barn was blown down in the area. A RV

was rolled over on a nearby road. The

driver suffered minor injuries to a

foot as a result of the upset.

Paulding County

Paulding Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Power lines were reported down in

Paulding.

Fulton County

7 SE Wauseon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power lines reported down

southwest of Wauseon.

Henry County

Liberty Center Thunderstorm Wind (G51)

A estimated wind gust to 60 mph was

reported by spotters.

Allen County

Lafayette Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were reported down near

Lafayette.

Putnam County

2.5 E Ottawa Dust Devil

Pictures and eyewitness reports

confirmed a large dust devil developed

on a clear and sunny day. This dust

devil extended over 100 feet into the

air as was easily visible. Local law

enforcement officials did track the

feature, with no damage being reported.

Williams County

2 SW Alvordton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A tree as well as some power lines were

reported down across a road near

Kinkle.

Defiance County

Hicksville Hail (0.75)

Deflance County

12 E Hicksville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Three trees were blown down.

OHIO, Southeast

Athens County

Nelsonville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and large branches were knocked

down. One tree fell across a house.

Vinton County

Orland Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees fell along Route 56.

Athens County

Chauncey Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large branches were blown down.

Athens County

Athens Thunderstorm Wind (G54)

A gust to 62 mph was measured at Ohio

University.

Jackson County

Wellston Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees were blown down. A mobile

home was damaged.

Morgan County

Malta to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Mc Connelsville

Large branches were blown down causing

power outages.

Washington County

Waterford Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Washington County

Lowell Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Washington County

Reno Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large branches fell across Route 7.

Lawrence County

Coal Grove Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees fell across roads.

Lawrence County

Burlington Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were blown down across roads.

OHIO, Southwest

Logan County

Middleburg Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

One tree and a couple large limbs were

downed.

Mercer County

3 E Celina Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A wall was knocked down at a Bob Evans

restaurant under construction. The

construction site is located at the

intersection of State Route 29 and

Havemann Road.

Darke County

3 W New Weston Hail (1.00)

Mercer County

Celina Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Winds were estimated near 60 mph with

large limbs downed.

Darke County

Yorkshire Hail (1.75)

Auglaize County

St Marys Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous trees were downed across the

western part of the county.

Shelby County

Ft Loramie Hail (1.00)

Hardin County

Kenton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several large limbs were knocked down.

Clark County

2 E Springfield Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Power poles were downed.

Montgomery County

Kettering Hail (1.00)

Greene County

Beavercreek Hail (0.75)

Champaign County

6 N Urbana Hail (1.00)

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Flood

Scattered thunderstorms producing

localized flooding across portions of

central Ohio. The storms produced

between two and three inches of rain

from central Madison county, east

across the Columbus metro area. Several

roads were flooded across the southern

Columbus suburbs between Grove City and

Pickerington.

OHZ026-044-055-065

Flood

Widely scattered thunderstorms dumped

up to two inches of rain in portions of

west central and central Ohio. Several

roads were flooded and impassible in

the Columbus metro area east into

northern Fairfield county. Water up to

four inches in depth entered the first

floor of a fire station in Kenton.

Fairfield County

6 NE Baltimore Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Four trees were knocked down.

Montgomery County

Germantown to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Dayton

Two trees were downed.

Hamilton County

Newtown to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Mt Washington

Trees were downed.

Highland County

Mowrystown to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

8 E Hillsboro

Trees were knocked down.

Clermont County

Nicholsville Hail (0.75)

Ross County

Chillicothe Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were knocked down.

Clermont County

5 W Batavia Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees were knocked down around

Eastgate.

Pike County

6 W Latham Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were downed.

Brown County

5 NW Georgetown Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

A barn sustained structural damage

along Smokey Row Road. A nearby

workshed had its roof peeled off.

Several trees were also downed across

the area.

Ross County

Londonderry Hail (0.88)

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Flood

Thunderstorms produced some flooding of

roads across portions of southwest and

southern Ohio during the afternoon.

Pike County

Countywide Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Numerous trees were knocked down,

especially east of US Route 23.

Adams County

Seaman to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Peebles

A mobile home lost its roof to the

thunderstorm winds. A couple of trees

were also knocked down.

Hocking County

Starr Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were knocked down along

State Routes 56 and 328 in the southern

part of the county.

Adams County

Manchester to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

5 S West Union

Several trees were downed.

Scioto County

3 W West Portsmouth Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and powerlines were downed.

Scioto Counly

Portsmouth Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A couple of trees were knocked down.

Darke County

New Madison Hail (0.75)

OHZ042-061

Flood

Isolated thunderstorms affected

portions of the Miami Valley during the

late afternoon and early evening.

Locally heavy rain caused flooding of

roads across the eastern portion of the

Dayton metro area, and over southern

Darke county.

Montgomery County

Kettering Hail (1.75)

Numerous trees were also downed along

Stroop Road.

Hardin County

6 E Kenton 1Lightning

An Amish boy was killed when lightning

struck the tree he was leaning against.

He had taken shelter under the tree

from the thunderstorm. M15UT

Clinton County

Midland Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A silo was blown down.

Butler County

Hamilton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were downed on the west

side of town.

Warren County

2 SE Lebanon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees and large limbs were

downed along Cook Road. Patio furniture

was displaced from a residence in the

Lakeshore Landing neighborhood off of

Cook Road.

Warren County

4 N Lebanon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were knocked down.

Darke County

New Madison Hail (0.88)

Madison County

3 E London to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

West Jefferson

Several trees and large limbs were

downed.

Franklin County

2 W Upper Arlington Hail (0.75)

Greene County

Xenia Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were knocked down.

Licking County

Newark Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A 30-foot by 30-foot section of a roof

was ripped off of a building on the

southeast side of town. A construction

trailer was turned on its side, and a

steel overhang was pulled off of a

home, causing minor damage to a wall.

Madison County

3 W Mt Sterling Hail (0.75)

Warren County

4 E Waynesville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Two trees were downed on the west side

of Caesar Creek State Park. Penny size

hail also fell for a short period.

Pickaway County

4 W Orient Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several 20-inch tree limbs were downed

along London Road.

Clark County

South Charleston Hail (1.75)

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Flood

Thunderstorms produced heavy rain

across portions of eastern Madison

county during the afternoon. A barn was

flooded to the south of West Jefferson.

Delaware County

Ostrander Hail (0.88)

Trees were also downed.

Franklin County

2 NE Grove City Lightning

A man at the Phoenix Golf Links was

struck by lightning and killed. Two

other men in his party were injured by

the lightning strike.

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Franklin County

Bexley to Hail (1.75)

Whitehall

Darke County

Greenville Hail (0.75)

Darke County

3 E Greenville Thunderstorm Wind (G52)

Ross County

2 NW Chillicothe Lightning

An inmate in the yard at the Chillico

the Correctional Institute was struck

and killed by lightning. Five others

were injured by the lightning strike.

M400U

Clark County

4 E Enon Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were downed near the intersection

of Old Mill and Rocky Point Roads.

Greene County

2 E Fairborn Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were knocked down along

Armstrong Road.

Clark County

Donnelsville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees and power poles were knocked

down.

Miami County

Tipp City Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

One tree and power lines were downed.

Greene County

Beavercreek Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees and power lines were

downed.

Franklin County

Grandview Hgts to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Bexley

Trees were downed.

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Flood

Scattered thunderstorms affected the

Miami Valley and pportions of southwest

Ohio during the afternoon. One to two

inches of rain fell across this area,

causing several roads to flood.

Additional thunderstorms developed into

a mesoscale convective complex during

the evening and moved southeast across

these same areas. another one to two

inches fell across much of southwest

Ohio, with numerous roads becoming

flooded and impassible. Many streams

and creeks rose out of their banks. A

portion of the roof of the Elder

Beerman Store in the Middletown Mall

collapsed due to the weight of the

water on the roof.

Greene County

Spring Vly Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few trees were knocked down.

Greene County

Jamestown Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were downed.

Licking County

Johnstown to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Homer

Trees were downed on Oregon Street in

Johnstown, and near the intersection of

State Route 661 and Homer Road.

Ross County

Massieville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Large limbs were knocked down.

Warren County

Waynesville to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

1 W Morrow

Power lines were downed, and a tree

fell on a car in Hamilton Township.

Clinton County

5 SW Wilmington Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

The 58 mph measured gust occurred along

State Route 730 near Cowan Lake.

Licking County

Granville Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several large limbs were knocked down.

Warren County

2 NE Springboro Lightning

A man, age unkown, was struck by

lightning at a construction site.

Fairfield County

Baltimore to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Bremen

Trees were downed.

Scioto County

4 N Barden Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A fifteen foot shed was blown into a

utility pole.

Hamilton County

North College Hill to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Hyde Park

Numerous trees were downed just to the

north and east of downtown Cincinnati.

Hamilton County

1 E The Vlg Of Indian Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Trees were downed.

Darke County

1 N Palestine Hail (1.25)

Numerous trees were downed as well.

Darke County

New Madison Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Trees and power lines were knocked

down.

Preble County

2 S Eaton Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

A few large limbs were downed.

Montgomery County

3 S Trotwood Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Several six- to eight-inch diameter

trees were downed.

Montgomery County

New Lebanon Hail (0.88)

Greene County

Beavercreek Hail (0.75)

Montgomery County

Dayton to Thunderstorm Wind (G55)

Centerville

Several large trees were downed across

the southern Dayton metro area. An

eight-foot diameter tree fell on a

house.

Butler County

3 NE Oxford Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Two trees were downed near the

intersections of Hamilton-Eaton and

Somersville Roads.

Warren County

Springboro to Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Waynesville

Trees and power lines were knocked

down.

Clinton County

Wilmington Thunderstorm Wind (G50)

Several trees were downed.

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